Bodega Owners Reject Goya Boycott, AOC Hardest Hit

PJMedia: Following Goya CEO Robert Unanue’s praise for President Trump at a White House event, social media was alight with calls to boycott the food maker. Leading the fight was Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Proving that Twitter isn’t real life, the boycott has already proven to be a failure and it took yet another hit today. The United Bodegas of America (UBA) said it will keep stocking Goya products.

Members gathered to reject the boycott in a public statement. According to UBA spokesman Fernando Mateo: more

13 Comments on Bodega Owners Reject Goya Boycott, AOC Hardest Hit

  1. I went grocery shopping this morning. Noticed that there were just a few cans of Goya “anything” on the shelves of my local Kroger’s. Lots of empty shelf space for Goya.

  2. It’s time to update the old kids song about beans, Goya Beans the musical fruit, the more you eat the more you toot, the more you eat the better you feel, lets all have Goya beans for every meal. And get all the conservatives dogs as well in it to let out green vapor and purple clouds of stinky death around every liberal they meet.

  3. Leftist logic:
    AOC wants to raise every business taxes AND put some out of business immediately.

  4. “For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.”
    A strong clue that the pendulum swing of Left power is slowing fast as people are getting disgusted with the “in our faces” screaming, violence and endless hypocricy of their stinking virtue signaling and PC.

  5. I always use Goya cannellini beans when I make pasta fajool. They’re reasonably priced and of good quality.

  6. To make chick peas easily digestible and better tasting, pinch the skin off of each one. I know it’s a lot of work but your recipe will be creamy and more delicious.

    Try chick peas in ginger sauce over rice. Or just use a jar of Indian sauce from Patak. Serve over rice. Cut up lime pickle is nice on the side.

    You’re welcome


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