Frequently during his Wheels radio show, Wallace attempts to bolster his claim of being nonpartisan by declaring that he has not voted since 1976. What Ed does not tell his audience is that he contributed to the America Coming Together (ACT) political action committee during the 2004 election cycle.
What was the ACT?
And who funded ACT?
In fact, Soros was the 2nd biggest contributor to that PAC. And in providing $4,036,800 in funds, the SEIU labor union was the 4th biggest contributor.
Soros funds the Open Society Foundation (OSF), from which all manner of things progressive receive millions. It also funds (directly or indirectly) far left publications, which are often the source of articles to which Ed Wallace's Inside Automotive links.
Another recipient of a political contribution from Ed Wallace was Elliot Spitzer's 2006 campaign for New York governor, who is a Democrat. Having won that office, Spitzer later resigned as Governor due to his alleged involvement with a prostitution ring. Such is the quality of individuals whom Wallace backs.
At this time, Outside Automotive could not find any other political contributions by Wallace. As such, it appears that only Democrats receive his largess. And given this fact, Ed’s rationale for not voting is completely undermined.
Speakers: Ed Wallace, Caller
Apparently, a friend declined joining the John Birch Society.
The friend explained to Wallace that he did not want to be labeled by the
association, fearing that folks at odds with that organization
Wallace then applied that thought to his radio show:
“[…] And that was the most valuable
By his own standards, Wallace failed to maintain a degree of separation. For when one is giving a vote or giving a check, one is equally involved. So, however you encounter Wallace, be sure to look for the union label. Or, to be even more accurate, look for the Soros label that Wallace has affixed to himself.