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I received an ad today on my news feed from AMAC, which touts itself as an alternative to AARP.
AMAC is the acronym that describes the Association of Mature American Citizens, and it prides itself on being a CONSERVATIVE organization.
According to Wikipedia, AMAC was founded in 2007, and it has roughly 1.1 million members.
AMAC describes itself as "vigorously conservative" and gained support from talk show host Glenn Beck and other conservative figures. AMAC strongly opposes the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and has pushed for its repeal. In March 2014, AMAC claimed a membership of 1.1 million members, up from 40,000 in 2008, which it attributed to backlash over the ACA.
AMAC supports a plan for Social Security which would gradually increase the earliest retirement age to 64 (from 62) and "guarantee cost-of-living increases in a tiered structure based on income."AMAC supports the oil and gas industry, claiming that they "are safer for the environment than ever." The group's president, Dan Weber, called for a rollback of Obama administration policies to promote clean energy.
The AMAC has a volunteer "delegate" program, aiming to select an AMAC member in each congressional district across the country to meet and lobby members of Congress.
In February 2017 AMAC issued a warning to the upcoming 2017 Academy Awards ceremony to not tolerate speeches against President Donald Trump, threatening to launch a boycott of theaters.
(editors note: what does the 1st amendment say about that?)
AARP, founded in 1958, has 38,000,000 members.
If I had to guess, I would predict that 100% of the AMAC members are FOX viewers, and I am fairly certain that ALL of them voted for Trump.