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In my news feed today i read 3 separate articles about companies and people the Tarriffs have hurt . GM, Coca Cola, and the soybean farmers, which will hurt the taxpayers too. 

 

then we have those hateful boycotts :

https://www.ranker.com/list/trump-supporter-boycott/jacob-shelton

 

https://www.businessinsider.com/conservatives-boycott-brands-keurig-nfl-starbucks-2017-11

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Conservatives are smashing Keurigs to defend Sean Hannity — here are the other brands that have incurred the wrath of the right

  • Conservatives are calling for a boycott of Keurig after the coffee brand cut advertising from Sean Hannity's show.
  • Other high-profile, right-wing protests include burning NFL jerseys, writing "Trump" on Starbucks cups, and cutting up Nordstrom credit cards.
  • Conservative boycotts have become a common occurrence in the Trump era.

On Saturday, Keurig announced on Twitter that it would no longer advertise on Sean Hannity's show on Fox News. Hannity had faced backlash after interviewing Roy Moore — 

With Keurig cutting advertising, many on the right called for Hannity's supporters to boycott Keurig. On Sunday, some of Hannity's supporters went as far as posting videos of themselves smashing their Keurig coffee machines.

 

After more than a year of NFL players sitting and kneeling during the national anthem,controversy over protests reached a tipping point when in September President Trump called for the protesting players to be suspended or fired.

 

Amazon

has faced boycott threats from both the right and left over the past year.

In February, Amazon announced it would support Washington State in a federal lawsuit challenging President Trump's executive order barring people from seven majority-Muslim countries from entering the US.

Soon after, angry customers began voicing their anger over Amazon's "anti-Trump agenda" on social media and promising to boycott the ecommerce giant. In June, Trump tweeted that the "Amazon Washington Post" is "FAKE NEWS."

 

Starbucks

In February, some Starbucks customers threatened to boycott the coffee giant after its CEO took a stand against President Donald Trump's executive order barring immigrants from seven majority-Muslim countries from entering the US.

This wasn't the first time people on the right pulled Starbucks into a protest.

In late 2016, alt-right Twitter user Baked Alaska challenged his 123,000 followers to go to Starbucks and tell the employees that their names are Trump. According to Baked Alaska, the purpose of asking baristas to write "Trump" on cups is to "trigger SJW" employees (SJW is an abbreviation for social justice warrior, a derogatory term for feminists and progressives).

And, in late 2015, Donald Trump encouraged boycotting the chain while campaigning.

"Did you read about Starbucks? No more Merry Christmas on Starbucks," Trump told a Springfield, Illinois rally. "Maybe we should boycott Starbucks. I don't know. Seriously, I don't care."

 

Nordstrom

In February, Nordstrom cut ties with Ivanka Trump's brand, citing disappointing sales. The move came after months of online efforts from the anti-Trump #GrabYourWallet movement, which has encouraged shoppers to boycott any retailer that does business with the Trump family.

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway told Americans to "go buy Ivanka's stuff" in a Fox News interview, and some Trump supporters promised that they would boycott Nordstrom in the future.

In one viral video, a group of women storm into a Nordstrom to cancel their accounts, promising to shop at Dillard's instead.

 

Kellogg

Many on the right organized a boycott against Kellogg after the cereal brand announced in November 2016 that it would no longer advertise on Breitbart in an effort to "ensure our ads do not appear on sites that aren't aligned with our values as a company."

Breitbart organized an extensive boycott effort called #DumpKellogg.

 

Target

triggered a nationwide boycott in April 2016 with a blog post that publicized a policy that said transgender customers were welcome to use the bathroom or fitting room that matched their gender identity.

The boycott cost the company millions in lost sales and added expenses.

 

Beyoncé's

Super Bowl halftime performance of her new song "Formation" in 2016 was met with acclaim by her fans. But, many called for a boycott of the singer's music because of the harsh message the song's video sends to the police on the topics of racism and police brutality.

The singer later poked fun at the controversy, selling #BoycottBeyoncé t-shirts on her tour.

 

 

 

Everyone of these Boycotts were organized for BLIND HATRED or FEALTY TO TRUMP.

 

 "Hateful boycotts"!!! Now isn't that precious?

 

One side says, "O.K. you have made a business decision that having 'Whatever' bathrooms will increase your business". Those who want that appreciate it and probably will shop accordingly. And then, others will not appreciate it and shop accordingly.

 

On the other side they chase people out of restaurants or send their antifa thugs to beat people up.

 

Sorry, I just can't get on board with the Wobbly's concept of proper expression of opinion. 


like the boycotts of advertisers that dropped hannity and ingram right? and you have no idea of any wob positions lol.

 

you really didn't read the post you are supposedly responding to. i'll try again - businesses make commercial decisions as what actions will give them the most customers. if people want to say "i won't buy your product if you advertise with XYZ" so be it. i personally do not decide what and where i buy based on partisanship.

 

however, the alternative approach of public harassment or violent mob action is another story. it seems to be the accepted technique of the left.


 

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@rk9152 wrote:

@MIseker wrote:

In my news feed today i read 3 separate articles about companies and people the Tarriffs have hurt . GM, Coca Cola, and the soybean farmers, which will hurt the taxpayers too. 

 

then we have those hateful boycotts :

https://www.ranker.com/list/trump-supporter-boycott/jacob-shelton

 

https://www.businessinsider.com/conservatives-boycott-brands-keurig-nfl-starbucks-2017-11

at this link:

Conservatives are smashing Keurigs to defend Sean Hannity — here are the other brands that have incurred the wrath of the right

  • Conservatives are calling for a boycott of Keurig after the coffee brand cut advertising from Sean Hannity's show.
  • Other high-profile, right-wing protests include burning NFL jerseys, writing "Trump" on Starbucks cups, and cutting up Nordstrom credit cards.
  • Conservative boycotts have become a common occurrence in the Trump era.

On Saturday, Keurig announced on Twitter that it would no longer advertise on Sean Hannity's show on Fox News. Hannity had faced backlash after interviewing Roy Moore — 

With Keurig cutting advertising, many on the right called for Hannity's supporters to boycott Keurig. On Sunday, some of Hannity's supporters went as far as posting videos of themselves smashing their Keurig coffee machines.

 

After more than a year of NFL players sitting and kneeling during the national anthem,controversy over protests reached a tipping point when in September President Trump called for the protesting players to be suspended or fired.

 

Amazon

has faced boycott threats from both the right and left over the past year.

In February, Amazon announced it would support Washington State in a federal lawsuit challenging President Trump's executive order barring people from seven majority-Muslim countries from entering the US.

Soon after, angry customers began voicing their anger over Amazon's "anti-Trump agenda" on social media and promising to boycott the ecommerce giant. In June, Trump tweeted that the "Amazon Washington Post" is "FAKE NEWS."

 

Starbucks

In February, some Starbucks customers threatened to boycott the coffee giant after its CEO took a stand against President Donald Trump's executive order barring immigrants from seven majority-Muslim countries from entering the US.

This wasn't the first time people on the right pulled Starbucks into a protest.

In late 2016, alt-right Twitter user Baked Alaska challenged his 123,000 followers to go to Starbucks and tell the employees that their names are Trump. According to Baked Alaska, the purpose of asking baristas to write "Trump" on cups is to "trigger SJW" employees (SJW is an abbreviation for social justice warrior, a derogatory term for feminists and progressives).

And, in late 2015, Donald Trump encouraged boycotting the chain while campaigning.

"Did you read about Starbucks? No more Merry Christmas on Starbucks," Trump told a Springfield, Illinois rally. "Maybe we should boycott Starbucks. I don't know. Seriously, I don't care."

 

Nordstrom

In February, Nordstrom cut ties with Ivanka Trump's brand, citing disappointing sales. The move came after months of online efforts from the anti-Trump #GrabYourWallet movement, which has encouraged shoppers to boycott any retailer that does business with the Trump family.

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway told Americans to "go buy Ivanka's stuff" in a Fox News interview, and some Trump supporters promised that they would boycott Nordstrom in the future.

In one viral video, a group of women storm into a Nordstrom to cancel their accounts, promising to shop at Dillard's instead.

 

Kellogg

Many on the right organized a boycott against Kellogg after the cereal brand announced in November 2016 that it would no longer advertise on Breitbart in an effort to "ensure our ads do not appear on sites that aren't aligned with our values as a company."

Breitbart organized an extensive boycott effort called #DumpKellogg.

 

Target

triggered a nationwide boycott in April 2016 with a blog post that publicized a policy that said transgender customers were welcome to use the bathroom or fitting room that matched their gender identity.

The boycott cost the company millions in lost sales and added expenses.

 

Beyoncé's

Super Bowl halftime performance of her new song "Formation" in 2016 was met with acclaim by her fans. But, many called for a boycott of the singer's music because of the harsh message the song's video sends to the police on the topics of racism and police brutality.

The singer later poked fun at the controversy, selling #BoycottBeyoncé t-shirts on her tour.

 

 

 

Everyone of these Boycotts were organized for BLIND HATRED or FEALTY TO TRUMP.

 

 "Hateful boycotts"!!! Now isn't that precious?

 

One side says, "O.K. you have made a business decision that having 'Whatever' bathrooms will increase your business". Those who want that appreciate it and probably will shop accordingly. And then, others will not appreciate it and shop accordingly.

 

On the other side they chase people out of restaurants or send their antifa thugs to beat people up.

 

Sorry, I just can't get on board with the Wobbly's concept of proper expression of opinion.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


like the boycotts of advertisers that dropped hannity and ingram right? and you have no idea of any wob positions lol.

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Did you forget about your 8 years of " Blind Hatred " towards Obama rk9152 ?  Let me guess that's different or did you just forget ?


Did a staffer for a Republican Presidential candidate take a rifle and try to kill Democrats at a baseball practice then?. Were there mass demonstrations against Obama even before he became President? Were there violent mobs suppressing the free speech of liberals back then? Was there a Republican Member of Congress calling for public harassment of Obama supporters in gas, stations, restaurants, stores back then?

 

Yes, I guess I did forget it - or it didn't exist

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Did you forget about your 8 years of " Blind Hatred " towards Obama rk9152 ?  Let me guess that's different or did you just forget ?

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In my news feed today i read 3 separate articles about companies and people the Tarriffs have hurt . GM, Coca Cola, and the soybean farmers, which will hurt the taxpayers too. 

 

then we have those hateful boycotts :

https://www.ranker.com/list/trump-supporter-boycott/jacob-shelton

 

https://www.businessinsider.com/conservatives-boycott-brands-keurig-nfl-starbucks-2017-11

at this link:

Conservatives are smashing Keurigs to defend Sean Hannity — here are the other brands that have incurred the wrath of the right

  • Conservatives are calling for a boycott of Keurig after the coffee brand cut advertising from Sean Hannity's show.
  • Other high-profile, right-wing protests include burning NFL jerseys, writing "Trump" on Starbucks cups, and cutting up Nordstrom credit cards.
  • Conservative boycotts have become a common occurrence in the Trump era.

On Saturday, Keurig announced on Twitter that it would no longer advertise on Sean Hannity's show on Fox News. Hannity had faced backlash after interviewing Roy Moore — 

With Keurig cutting advertising, many on the right called for Hannity's supporters to boycott Keurig. On Sunday, some of Hannity's supporters went as far as posting videos of themselves smashing their Keurig coffee machines.

 

After more than a year of NFL players sitting and kneeling during the national anthem,controversy over protests reached a tipping point when in September President Trump called for the protesting players to be suspended or fired.

 

Amazon

has faced boycott threats from both the right and left over the past year.

In February, Amazon announced it would support Washington State in a federal lawsuit challenging President Trump's executive order barring people from seven majority-Muslim countries from entering the US.

Soon after, angry customers began voicing their anger over Amazon's "anti-Trump agenda" on social media and promising to boycott the ecommerce giant. In June, Trump tweeted that the "Amazon Washington Post" is "FAKE NEWS."

 

Starbucks

In February, some Starbucks customers threatened to boycott the coffee giant after its CEO took a stand against President Donald Trump's executive order barring immigrants from seven majority-Muslim countries from entering the US.

This wasn't the first time people on the right pulled Starbucks into a protest.

In late 2016, alt-right Twitter user Baked Alaska challenged his 123,000 followers to go to Starbucks and tell the employees that their names are Trump. According to Baked Alaska, the purpose of asking baristas to write "Trump" on cups is to "trigger SJW" employees (SJW is an abbreviation for social justice warrior, a derogatory term for feminists and progressives).

And, in late 2015, Donald Trump encouraged boycotting the chain while campaigning.

"Did you read about Starbucks? No more Merry Christmas on Starbucks," Trump told a Springfield, Illinois rally. "Maybe we should boycott Starbucks. I don't know. Seriously, I don't care."

 

Nordstrom

In February, Nordstrom cut ties with Ivanka Trump's brand, citing disappointing sales. The move came after months of online efforts from the anti-Trump #GrabYourWallet movement, which has encouraged shoppers to boycott any retailer that does business with the Trump family.

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway told Americans to "go buy Ivanka's stuff" in a Fox News interview, and some Trump supporters promised that they would boycott Nordstrom in the future.

In one viral video, a group of women storm into a Nordstrom to cancel their accounts, promising to shop at Dillard's instead.

 

Kellogg

Many on the right organized a boycott against Kellogg after the cereal brand announced in November 2016 that it would no longer advertise on Breitbart in an effort to "ensure our ads do not appear on sites that aren't aligned with our values as a company."

Breitbart organized an extensive boycott effort called #DumpKellogg.

 

Target

triggered a nationwide boycott in April 2016 with a blog post that publicized a policy that said transgender customers were welcome to use the bathroom or fitting room that matched their gender identity.

The boycott cost the company millions in lost sales and added expenses.

 

Beyoncé's

Super Bowl halftime performance of her new song "Formation" in 2016 was met with acclaim by her fans. But, many called for a boycott of the singer's music because of the harsh message the song's video sends to the police on the topics of racism and police brutality.

The singer later poked fun at the controversy, selling #BoycottBeyoncé t-shirts on her tour.

 

 

 

Everyone of these Boycotts were organized for BLIND HATRED or FEALTY TO TRUMP.

 

 "Hateful boycotts"!!! Now isn't that precious?

 

One side says, "O.K. you have made a business decision that having 'Whatever' bathrooms will increase your business". Those who want that appreciate it and probably will shop accordingly. And then, others will not appreciate it and shop accordingly.

 

On the other side they chase people out of restaurants or send their antifa thugs to beat people up.

 

Sorry, I just can't get on board with the Wobbly's concept of proper expression of opinion.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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Actually, I've never heard of RWNJ boycotts hurting any of the companies or actually accomplishing a thing.

 

I suspect that's because one, there are fewer RWNJs than there are sane, sentient human beings. And two, a lot of RWNJs probably don't actually have the courage of their convictions to make themselves or their lives uncomfortable the way lefties do routinely.

 

Just a theory. 

 

On the other hand, leftie boycotts have changed national and corporate policy quite often. 

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The only defense against GOPerlies is TRUTH. As for their boycotts, the Progressives can do likewise and SUPPORT those companies that have grown spines to stand up for what's right instad of THE RIGHT.

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quit a few boycotts based on Fox Noise. Spoiled little snoflakes want everyone to pay for their BLIND HATRED.
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I actually had to post in 2 parts because of length. Lots of info on the BLIND HATRED of the right trying to take down the economy.
http://www.boycottleftwingers.com/

5/24/2018 - Added Publix to support list. Also updated Netflix description after hiring the Obamas.
4/24/2018 - Waffle House removed from support list! Their gun-free policy prohibits patrons from defending themselves.
4/21/2018 - YETI Coolers added to boycott list for dropping the NRA.
4/17/2018 - Adidas added to the list for supporting an America hater.
4/14/2018 - Ace Hardware moved from boycott to support list! They're back to advertising on the Ingraham show.
4/13/2018 - Help needed for research and design work! Get in touch using the form at the bottom.

The boycott list of globalists, socialists, and gun grabbers.
84 Lumber
Super Bowl commercial promoted illegal immigration 
 
Adidas
Adidas has promised to sign America hating Kaepernick to an endorsement deal if an NFL team signs him. link 
 
Airbnb
Said they would provide free housing for "refugees" who are not allowed in the US anymore 
Bank of America
Will no longer lend money to gunmakers link 
 
Ben & Jerry’s
Spoke against Trump's travel ban and supported the domestic terrorist group, Black Lives Matter 
 
Best Buy
CEO signed letter supporting DACA 
Blue Apron
Pulled their advertising from Laura Ingraham's program because she dared criticize gun-control darling, David Hogg. link 
 
Budweiser
Superbowl 2017 pro refugee commercial link 

Celebrity Cruises
Created anti-Trump advertisement
Dick's Sporting Goods
No longer sells assault-style weapons and has hired 3 gun-control lobbyists to push for gun-control legislation. link 

Disney
CEO Bob "white guilt" Iger, stands behind ESPN host Jemele Hill’s race-baiting defamation of President Trump, and supports NFL players who refuse to stand for the national anthem. 
Dr. Bronner's soap
Stated they stand with illegal immigrants and refugees 
 
Enterprise Car Rentals
Caved to gun grabbers and dropped business with the NRA 
ESPN
Constant left-wing political commentaries instead of focusing on sports 
Expedia
Added Chelsea Clinton to board of directors and pulled advertising from Laura Ingraham's program 

Facebook
Censors right wing speech and Zuckerberg supports open borders
First National Bank of Omaha
Caved to gun grabbers and stopped issuing an NRA-branded Visa card 
 
Grubhub
CEO says employees who act like Trump ‘have no place here’ 
 
Gucci
Donated half a million dollars to a gun control rally 
IBM
Pulled their advertising from Laura Ingraham's program. link 
Jenny Craig
Pulled their advertising from Laura Ingraham's program 
  
Johnson & Johnson
Pulled their advertising from Laura Ingraham's program 
 
Kellogg
Stopped advertising on Breitbart to "ensure our ads do not appear on sites that aren't aligned with our values as a company." 
 
Levi Strauss
Donated millions to mostly far left groups and charities 
 
Liberty Mutual Insurance
Pulled their advertising from Laura Ingraham's program 
  
Lyft
Gave 1 million dollars to ACLU after travel ban
Meetup
Partnered with leftist organizations and helped create 1000 new Meetup Groups under the hashtag #Resist
Metlife
Caved to gun grabbers and ended discount with NRA 
 
Miracle-Ear
Pulled their advertising from Laura Ingraham's program 
 
Nestle
Pulled their advertising from Laura Ingraham's program 
 
Netflix
#1 threat to conservatives. Hired the Obamas to create content. CEO supported Clinton. Produced race baiting show "Dear white people". Appointed Susan Rice to the board of directors. Liberals will use Netflix to deliver propaganda to our youth. 

NFL
Allows players to disrespect the American flag while making millions of dollars.
Nutrish
Pulled their advertising from Laura Ingraham's program 
 
Office Depot
Pulled their advertising from Laura Ingraham's program 
 
Patagonia
CEO said she intends to pledge her entire company to the “resistance” of President Donald Trump 
  
REI
Bullied Vista Outdoor because they own a gun manufacturer, Savage Arms 
   
Ruby Tuesday
Pulled their advertising from Laura Ingraham's program 
  
Salesforce
Fund raised for Hillary Clinton 
Starbucks
CEO Howard Schultz opposes efforts to stop illegal immigration and has stated his intention to hire 10,000 refugees instead of American citizens. 
Stitch Fix
Pulled their advertising from Laura Ingraham's program 
 
Symantec
Ended their discount with the NRA
Target
Allows perverts and gender confused people to use the bathroom of their choice. 
  
TripAdvisor
Against travel ban and pulled advertising from Laura Ingraham's program 

Volvo
Pulled their advertising from Sean Hannity's program
Wayfair
Pulled their advertising from Laura Ingraham's program 
 
Weebly
Supports refugees over American citizens 
YETI Coolers
Cut ties with the NRA Foundation link 
Enough for now. there are plenty of sites sponsored by conservatives wishing to take away your choice of where to shop.
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In my news feed today i read 3 separate articles about companies and people the Tarriffs have hurt . GM, Coca Cola, and the soybean farmers, which will hurt the taxpayers too. 

 

then we have those hateful boycotts :

https://www.ranker.com/list/trump-supporter-boycott/jacob-shelton

 

https://www.businessinsider.com/conservatives-boycott-brands-keurig-nfl-starbucks-2017-11

at this link:

Conservatives are smashing Keurigs to defend Sean Hannity — here are the other brands that have incurred the wrath of the right

  • Conservatives are calling for a boycott of Keurig after the coffee brand cut advertising from Sean Hannity's show.
  • Other high-profile, right-wing protests include burning NFL jerseys, writing "Trump" on Starbucks cups, and cutting up Nordstrom credit cards.
  • Conservative boycotts have become a common occurrence in the Trump era.

On Saturday, Keurig announced on Twitter that it would no longer advertise on Sean Hannity's show on Fox News. Hannity had faced backlash after interviewing Roy Moore — 

With Keurig cutting advertising, many on the right called for Hannity's supporters to boycott Keurig. On Sunday, some of Hannity's supporters went as far as posting videos of themselves smashing their Keurig coffee machines.

 

After more than a year of NFL players sitting and kneeling during the national anthem,controversy over protests reached a tipping point when in September President Trump called for the protesting players to be suspended or fired.

 

Amazon

has faced boycott threats from both the right and left over the past year.

In February, Amazon announced it would support Washington State in a federal lawsuit challenging President Trump's executive order barring people from seven majority-Muslim countries from entering the US.

Soon after, angry customers began voicing their anger over Amazon's "anti-Trump agenda" on social media and promising to boycott the ecommerce giant. In June, Trump tweeted that the "Amazon Washington Post" is "FAKE NEWS."

 

Starbucks

In February, some Starbucks customers threatened to boycott the coffee giant after its CEO took a stand against President Donald Trump's executive order barring immigrants from seven majority-Muslim countries from entering the US.

This wasn't the first time people on the right pulled Starbucks into a protest.

In late 2016, alt-right Twitter user Baked Alaska challenged his 123,000 followers to go to Starbucks and tell the employees that their names are Trump. According to Baked Alaska, the purpose of asking baristas to write "Trump" on cups is to "trigger SJW" employees (SJW is an abbreviation for social justice warrior, a derogatory term for feminists and progressives).

And, in late 2015, Donald Trump encouraged boycotting the chain while campaigning.

"Did you read about Starbucks? No more Merry Christmas on Starbucks," Trump told a Springfield, Illinois rally. "Maybe we should boycott Starbucks. I don't know. Seriously, I don't care."

 

Nordstrom

In February, Nordstrom cut ties with Ivanka Trump's brand, citing disappointing sales. The move came after months of online efforts from the anti-Trump #GrabYourWallet movement, which has encouraged shoppers to boycott any retailer that does business with the Trump family.

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway told Americans to "go buy Ivanka's stuff" in a Fox News interview, and some Trump supporters promised that they would boycott Nordstrom in the future.

In one viral video, a group of women storm into a Nordstrom to cancel their accounts, promising to shop at Dillard's instead.

 

Kellogg

Many on the right organized a boycott against Kellogg after the cereal brand announced in November 2016 that it would no longer advertise on Breitbart in an effort to "ensure our ads do not appear on sites that aren't aligned with our values as a company."

Breitbart organized an extensive boycott effort called #DumpKellogg.

 

Target

triggered a nationwide boycott in April 2016 with a blog post that publicized a policy that said transgender customers were welcome to use the bathroom or fitting room that matched their gender identity.

The boycott cost the company millions in lost sales and added expenses.

 

Beyoncé's

Super Bowl halftime performance of her new song "Formation" in 2016 was met with acclaim by her fans. But, many called for a boycott of the singer's music because of the harsh message the song's video sends to the police on the topics of racism and police brutality.

The singer later poked fun at the controversy, selling #BoycottBeyoncé t-shirts on her tour.

 

 

 

Everyone of these Boycotts were organized for BLIND HATRED or FEALTY TO TRUMP.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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