Is A Conservative Alternative to Amazon Going Public?


As AB InBev continues to take it in the financial shorts over Bud Light‘s idiotically ill-advised hook-up with pretend teenage girl Dylan Mulvaney, and with Target still reeling from partnering with a satanist on its latest “Pride” line for the kiddies, a conservative alternative to Amazon plans to go public in late July.

PublicSq. has set a July 20th target date for the IPO of its closely held corporation. PublicSq. has been revolutionizing shopping in the U.S. while Amazon is a leader. calls itself “America’s Marketplace”, where customers can “shop and keep their values, locally and online.”

America’s Marketplace

Shop with over one million Americans who value freedom and receive exclusive discounts on quality products and services from businesses that share your values.

Tired of supporting companies with a woke agenda? PublicSq. does the vetting for you so you can be more intentional with your spending without compromising on quality.

Join the movement now!

“Small business you can trust” is the company’s pledge. Switch to businesses that share your values for everything, from everyday essentials to restaurants nearby.

Our commitment to truth and freedom is what makes us Americans.

We will protect the family and celebrate every life.

Small businesses and the communities that support them form the foundation of our economy.

We will never stop fighting to defend this great Nation.

The would-be Amazon competitor declares: “Our mission guides all we do.”

The Constitution is not negotiable. Since the government does not grant us our rights, it cannot take them away.

Excellent goals and commitment. Perfect timing. It’s a tough mountain to climb. Who knows, as more U.S. companies continue to emerge from the closet of wokeness? Reality is reality.

Amazon has a market capitalization of $1.32 trillion as I type this, and its revenue for 2022 is $514 billion. This places it second behind Walmart which generated $611 Billion.

Here’s the thing.

PublicSq. is a company that has no grandiose visions of consumers “Bud-Lighting” Amazon big time. However, the company does plan to offer a values-based alternative to millions of Americans who are disgusted by corporations that pander and prostrate themselves before the woke altar. PublicSq has no grand visions about consumers “Bud-Lighting Amazon” but it does have the plan to offer a values-based option to millions of Americans who are disgusted with corporations that pander to the woke.

Millions of God-fearing Americans have had enough of being constantly pushed “all of the below” by the government. From the irreversible mutilation and sexism of children under the pretext of “gender-affirming care”, to the biological males who beat the crap out of women in sports, to the Marxist “Critical Race Theory,” Black Lives Matter, and many other radical initiatives.

Just the News reported on Monday that CEO Michael Seifert had made this statement.

After a shareholder vote by a SPAC with which we are partnered, the company will be made public on 20 July. This is a fantastic opportunity for the consumers and businesses who have built it to own the company.

Capital markets need democratization urgently because they have been robbed of their value by ESG-mandated funds and DEI philosophy. Just as consumers are driven to spend money that aligns with their values and wants to promote America, investors also have a strong desire to invest in companies that do not hate America. That’s why we’re here.

Mic Drop.

Let’s not be shy. is a popular shopping site, and most of us use it. I admit that I have an Amazon Prime account. But, the price and convenience are better than other options. Hypocrisy? Perhaps. What other options are there? What do you mean by the mission and values of PublicSq.?

Target and Walmart declined to comment.


PublicSq is something I’m considering. I plan to give PublicSq a try, especially with the corporate America that continues to be engulfed by woke insanity. You might want to give it a shot, given the woke insanity that continues to engulf corporate America.