Defying defund the police movement, these companies are backing the blue

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The killing of George Floyd in May while in the custody of Minneapolis police officers has set off a wave of protests and a movement to defunding the police.

However, amid the push by many corporations vowing to stand with the Black Lives Matter movement, some CEOs and business figures have stepped up to defend the police, even as public support for police has at times led to social backlash and buying boycotts.

Here are a few companies who have stood up and are backing the blue. more

14 Comments on Defying defund the police movement, these companies are backing the blue

  1. The killing of George Floyd in May while in the custody of Minneapolis police officers is the pretext used by Marxists to set off a wave of protests and a movement to defund the police.

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  2. Five Guys has always been on my list of places to eat at. I did cut back on the Chick-Fil-A because of the recent issues with them, but I am glad they are fully backing this.
    Google? Whatever.
    Nascar? Another whatever. I am glad to see that they are going to allow the car with the Blue Line flag, but the recent hijinx with them got me away from ever watching it again.

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  3. The problem is some of these companies are playing both sides. NASCAR and Chick-Fil-A. You allow a BLM marxist car / support a hoax noose claim and you talk about white people shining black people’s shoes. Sorry but you can’t cut it both ways. Better just to keep your mouths shut and stay out of politics. NASCAR and CFA are dead to me right now regardless of what they do.

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  4. The CEO of Ford saying, “We will continue to manufacture the Police Interceptor [because, after all, we are in the business of selling vehilces]” and Google saying, “We will offer our services to all people” is hardly an endorsement of the police or their mission. Declaring themselves capitalists and wanting the largest audience for their products does not address the issues of mob violence, the need for the rule of law, or the shit storm (not primarily of their own making) pointed at law enforcement and their tenuous relationship with the public.

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  5. That’s a surprisingly weak list. I was hoping it would go on and on, with a couple hundred first class companies that I could be happy to do business with.

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  6. Just had we some Five Guys! Best burgers and soda machine ever.

    Ford is also donating lots of cash to BLM — look it up (ASSHOLES).

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  7. After the riots in downtown Bellevue, WA the broken windows were covered with plywood. The rioters smashed the windows of the AT&T phone store on the corner of Bellevue Way and 8th, stole everything and smashed up the store. AT&T’s response was they put up professionally produced plywood where the windows had been that featured HUGE black fists, silhouettes of people marching with clenched fists, and the slogan Black Lives Matter written in huge letters.

    Don’t buy anything from AT&T. They cave.

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  8. It seems this is too complicated. For those who “refuse” to get “woke”. Imma type this reeeeal slow.

    Put the product on the shelf.
    Take my money.
    Keep your da…arling pie hole shut.

    Keep all yer pieholes… shut.

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