Trump calls for boycott

 

of select far-left-wing companies

 

4-3-2021 - Donald Trump has called for the boycott of Major League Baseball, Delta Airlines, Coca Cola as well as JPMorgan Chase, Viacom CBS, Citigroup, Cisco, UPS and Merck for opposing Georgia's much needed voting security bill. We agree! All of these left-wing companies were already on our boycott list because of prior infractions.

 

Numerous other left-wing CEO's also voiced opposition to Georgia's voting security reform bill, with help from the Democrat front group Civic Alliance. Most of these companies are the same old suspects who always push their left-wing politics on people.

 

Companies that opposed Georgia's much needed voting security bill

 

What the Georgia Republican voting security law does:

1) Requires a photo ID to vote by mail

2) Cuts time to request an absentee ballot to vote early / expects people to vote on election day

3) Reduces unguarded drop boxes on sidewalks, etc

4) Makes it a crime to give food and water to voters waiting in line

5) Shortens time frame for runoffs

6) Pulls authority from secretary of state, and gives power to legislature

7) Chain of custody for ballot harvesting

 

The media and left-wing companies are blatantly lying when they characterize the Georgia bill as suppressing "voting rights". In reality, the bill helps protect against fraud. Most election fraud is committed by democrats. That's why the media and these far-left-wing companies are opposed to the Republicans' voting integrity bill in Georgia.

 

Below, we have two groups that came out against the voting security bill. First, we have companies that specifically signed the two-page ad that ran in two far-left-wing propaganda outlets, the NY Times, and the Wash Post. Further down the page, we include individual CEO's who signed the left-wing Civic Alliance's statement.

 

Accenture
AIG
Airbnb
Alphabet (Google, YouTube)
Amazon
American Express
Apple
Bain & Company
Bank of America
Berkshire Partners
Best Buy
Biogen
BlackRock
BMC Software
Boston Consulting Group
Broadridge Financial Solutions
Cambridge Associates
Cisco
Civic Entertainment Group
Climb Credit
CODAworx
Cowboy Ventures
Creative Artists Agency
Dell Tecnologies
Deloitte
Discover Financial Services
Dropbox
Eaton
Emerson Collective
Este Lauder
Eventbrite
EV
Facebook
Ferrera
FirstMark bank
Ford Motor Co
General Catalyst
General Motors
Goldmans Sachs
Harry’s
Hess
IBM
Insight Partners Leadership
Instacart
Intelligentsia Coffee

JP Morgan Chase
J&J
Jazz Lincoln Center
JetBlue
Khosla Ventures
Livis
Live Nation Entertainment
Loop Capital Markets
Lyft
M&T Bank
Mastercard
McKinsey & Co
Merck
Microsoft
Mondelez International
Netflix
Newell Brankds
Nordstrom
Otherwise Incorporated
Paper Source
Paypal
Peloton
Pinterest
Plaid
Predxion Bio
PwC
reddit
REI
Richer Poorer
Salesforce
ServiceNow
Seventh Generation
Slow Ventures
Spark Capital
Square
Starbucks
Steelcase
SurveyMonkey
Sweetgreen
Synchrony (owned by GE)
T. Rowe Price
Target
Tory Burch LLC
Tripadvisor
Twillo
Twitter
Under Armour
United Airlines
UTA
Vanguard
ViacomCBS
Vmare
Warburg Pincus
Warby Parker
Wells Fargo
Zendesk
Zola

 

These companies have had an executive oppose the Georgia law. Most of these companies are the same old suspects who ALWAYS push for left-wing causes.

 

Advent Capital Management LLC
American Express
AMB Sports & Entertainment LLC
Ariel Investments
Assurant
Avnet Inc.
Bank of America
Ben & Jerry’s
BET
Black Economic Alliance
Black Enterprise
BlackIvy Group LLC
BlackRock
BNY Mellon
Boeing
Boys & Girls Clubs of America
Carnival Corp.
Cisco
Citibank
Coca-Cola Inc
Comcast Corp
Compass Group
Delta Air Lines
Deutsche Bank
Ecolab
Eli Lilly and Company
Etsy
Fairview Capital
Ford Foundation
General Electric
GenNx360 Capital Partners
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
Global Infrastructure Partners
Goldman Sachs
Google LLC
Grain Management LLC
Hewlett-Packard
Johnson & Johnson
Lazard Ltd.
Madison Square Garden Sports Corp.
Martin Chase Productions
MasterCard
Merck
Microsoft Corp
M&T Bank
Nordstrom
Northrop Grumman
Park Hotels & Resorts
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP
PepsiCo
Pfizer
Reddit
Sarr Group LLC
Slack
Starbucks
Sundial Brands
Textron Inc.
TIAA
Tyler Perry Studios
Uber
Verizon
ViacomCBS
Vista Equity Partners

 

 

 

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