Progressive snot fiends are obsessed with all things NRA. You might even mistake them for a card carrying member, were it not for their love of gun control. Also, their general wimpness. After having decided blaming the NRA for death wasn’t enough, the left is now demanding an all out boycott. Complete with hashtags and everything.
Amazon, Apple, Roku and YouTube are facing increased calls to drop the National Rifle Association’s TV channel from their streaming services, as backlash against the organization grows following a Florida school shooting last week that killed 17 people.
It goes beyond just tech companies. The liberal hive mind is after anyone currently doing any kind of business with the NRA. Whether it be discounts, sponsorships, advertising.
The worst part is some businesses are caving.
The following companies have cut ties with the NRA over the last 24 hours.
– Best Western
– First National Bank
The list is growing!! RETWEET to show support!!
— Brian Krassenstein🐬 (@krassenstein) February 23, 2018
Since this morning, five more companies have ended their relationship with the @NRA:
— Michael Skolnik (@MichaelSkolnik) February 23, 2018
Companies should be free to do business with whomever they please. However, I doubt these companies had an overnight revelation wherein they decided they no longer wanted to do business with the NRA. No no, methinks they were inspired by something specific: the shrill, cracking voices of leftist bovids.
Outrage toward the NRA is nothing new (see Keith Olbermann Wants the NRA Labeled a Terrorist Organization and Congresswoman Calls Dana Loesch and the NRA ‘Domestic Threats’). Anti-gun whinebags are good at finding reasons to hate gun groups. It’s one of their few skills, outside of couch surfing. Or picking their bellybuttons of any wandering fuzzies. Considering the ones boycotting here tend to be jobless in the first place, these businesses aren’t making wise choices.
Stepping away from the NRA in light of the Florida tragedy speaks volumes. While it placates SJWs with pockets full of arcade coins, it maligns gun-owners with healthy wallets.
Good luck with that.