Friday, November 18, 2016

Hillary Clinton supporters can’t get over their loss. They are looking for any way possible to reverse the results of the election. It’s not happening, but that isn’t stopping them from throwing tantrums about it.

Over at Afropunk, they are calling for boycotts of any companies run by CEOs who supported Trump or even sent a congratulatory message after the President-elect’s stunning victory. Afropunk eloquently states it as, “Boycott Their Ass.”

We should counter their boycott by purchasing these products during the holiday season.

New Balance is a target of the left. Given that it’s the last major athletic shoe manufacturer in the United States, one would think there would be concern over those Americans who work there. New Balance’s crime was to be hopeful the next President would help rejuvenate American manufacturing and business.

As the video below details, liberals have responded by setting their New Balance shoes on fire. Destroying their own shoes is only hurting themselves and causing them to have to buy another pair. This is nothing more than a temper tantrum.

Yuengling allowed Eric Trump to tour it’s facilities, so naturally the left is taking it out on the beer company and calling for a boycott.

They are also calling for a boycott of the UFC since its president Dana White endorsed Trump at the beginning of the primaries. Apparently, the left doesn’t want anyone to have an opinion that differs from theirs.

They are calling for a boycott of Forbes magazine. Come on now, do you think any of these fools are reading Forbes? It’s geared towards successful business people.

Oh, and don’t forget Hobby Lobby. They are being boycotted also. These protestors don’t come off as the crafty types. What business is Hobby Lobby losing from them? I guess they will get their poster board for their protest signs elsewhere!

I need a new pair of sneakers, so I am definitely buying New Balance to show my support. I will put my money where my mouth is and go out of my way to patronize these companies.

Share this to let others now that we need to counter this boycott!

H/T: AfroPunk

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