Brought to You By Bud Light: Commission of Presidential Debates Is a Private Company backed by Anheuser-Busch
George Farah, founder of Open Debates, tells Democracy Now that the "Commission of Presidential Debates sounds like a government agency. It sounds like a non-partisan entity, which is by design. It’s intended to deceive the American people. But in reality, it’s a private corporation, financed primarily by Anheuser-Busch and other major companies, that was created by the Republican and Democratic Parties to seize control of the Presidential debates from the League of Women Voters in 1987."