Several Major Corporations Are Funding the ‘Defund the Police’ Movement, Here’s Who You Can Boycott

Personally speaking, I’m not someone who makes a big ruckus over boycotting companies.

I think that it’s a good thing to do and the natural result of not wanting to support a business that you don’t like. All I’m really saying is that I’m not the type of person to say, “You need to boycott so-and-so”.

Just a recent example, a friend of mine asked me if I wanted to do Fantasy Football this year. I told him I didn’t want to because I don’t support the NFL anymore given their wokeness. But I didn’t tell him to go and do the same.

That said, people are free to make their own decisions, but I think people should have all the facts. Hence this article.

There are some companies that are funding anti-American ideas and BS propaganda, like Defund the Police.

Would you believe that there are actually big name corporations that are not only calling for Defunding the police, but are actually making donations to try and make it happen?

Haven’t they learned that if their business is in the line of fire of these Marxist idiots those businesses get destroyed also? They don’t care. They’re stupid, they don’t stop and ask themselves if a business is good or bad in their eyes. They just seek to steal, kill, and destroy.

But if you want to know who you may want to reconsider giving your money to, here’s a good starting point:

According to the Daily Caller,

Clif Bar announced a $100,000 donation split between two groups, including Color of Change, in a June 1 Facebook post.

Cisco announced on June 1 that it was splitting a $5 million donation across four social justice groups, including both Color of Change and Black Lives Matter.

RITZ Crackers announced on June 4 that the company and its sister brands — OREO, Trident and Chips Ahoy! — had donated $500,000 to the NAACP and Black Lives Matter.

Degree pledged $100,000 to Black Lives Matter, the deodorant company announced in a June 1 tweet.

Food delivery service DoorDash donated $500,000 to Black Lives Matter, along with donations to other racial justice groups, the company announced in a June blog post.

Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield and his wife announced they would make a $700,000 donation to Color of Change, Black Lives Matter and a host of other organizations in June, Protocol reported. The couple also said they would match $300,000 in employee gifts to organizations.

Clothing brand Vans Inc. announced a $50,000 donation to Color of Change in June, according to the Orange County Business Journal.

Women’s working space collective, The Wing, donated $200,000 to Color of Change in June, according to Protocol.

The Pokémon Company International company announced on Twitter in June it would be making a $100,000 donation to Black Lives Matter.

Fashion and music merchandising company Bravado pledged to match employee donations to Black Lives Matter, among various other organizations, Protocol reported.

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