“There is only one boss. The customer. And he can fire everybody in the company from the chairman on down, simply by spending his money somewhere else.”
Your vote may not count at the ballot box. As we’ve learned, it may be disappeared or diluted by pallets of faux ballots trucked in from clandestine print shops.
But there is another ballot box. It is called a cash register, and your dollars are just as powerful as checked boxes. Do not underestimate the true value of these votes—they can make or break kingdoms.
So, who do you want to vote for? Do you want to give your currency to the company or individual that works to undermine Conservative values? Why would you want to do business with an entity that views you with a contempt typically reserved for serial killers and child molesters? Do you want to give your valuable vote to someone who would cancel you at the drop of a MAGA hat because you support of Trumpism? Or would you prefer to conduct transactions with a business that respects and services all of its customers, without first subjecting them to a political purity test?
The answer is obvious. You wouldn’t offer your wallet to a shoplifter after he’s robbed your store of inventory, right? In fact, you would likely post a security cam photo of the thief by the register as a reminder to refuse the bum service if he were to again enter your establishment.
Think of the list below as a photo of that shoplifter. These are the businesses that have waged war on Conservatives through polices of cancelation and coercion. Some also openly support values and causes that that undermine our liberties and freedoms. These thieves have robbed you not of inventory, but of your voice, dignity, liberties and freedoms. Their actions are unAmerican and they do not deserve your support.
Keep the list in your purse or wallet, and refer to it before you cast your next vote.
One of the most important and most expensive buying decisions you will ever make involves higher education. As you and your family peruse educational opportunities, you might want to first consult the Legal Insurrection website. The site includes information on 200 colleges and universities involved in the destructive and divisive instruction of Critical Race Theory. The homepage currently features a map that allows visitors to search for CRT incidents by state.
Refuse to do business with companies that infringe on liberties and freedoms.
|AIG Insurance||According to former Boston Red Sox star Curt Schilling, the company dropped him because of his political views.|
|Amazon||Deplatformed Parler, removes Conservative merchandise, sells overwhelming amount of Chinese-made products, seeking to further destroy small business by advocating for $15 an hour min wage.||Shop local|
|Apple||Removes Conservative-leaning apps from app store (including Parler).|
|Bank of America||Reportedly turned over 211 accounts to law enforcement. This came after searching for people who made transactions in Washington that day, or purchased lodging, weapons, or airlines tickets in the days surrounding the Capitol breech. Has also stopped lending money to gun manufacturers that make military-inspired firearms for civilian use, such as the AR-15-style rifles.|
|Bed Bath & Beyond||Discontinued selling MyPillow products because MP owner Mike Lindell publicly questioned validity of 2020 election.||Store Locator|
|Chase Bank||Abruptly stopped Covfefe, a pro-Trump coffee company from using its payment processing service, WePay, and is currently preventing them from withdrawing any funds.|
|Chewey.com||Discontinued selling MyPillow products because MP owner Mike Lindell publicly questioned validity of 2020 election.||Shop Local|
|Citicorp||Forbids its retail clients — businesses that, for example, receive loans or offer store credit cards — to sell guns to anyone who didn’t pass a background check (which is already the law for licensed gun dealers). It also barred sales to customers under 21, as well as sales of bump stocks.|
|CVS||Discontinued selling MyPillow products because MP owner Mike Lindell publicly questioned validity of 2020 election.||Walgreen's|
|Disney||Actress Gina Carano was fired by Disney-owned Lucasfilm for posting a Nazi analogy to her social media page.|
|Dollar General||Family Dollar|
|Too many to list||Gab, Parler|
|Fox News||General Election bias against Trump, firing of Lou Dobbs, kowtowing to Dominion, continued slant to left. Hannity sells Conservatism like McDonald's sells hamburgers, but Tucker Carlson typically offers made-to-order filet mignon.||One America News Network, Real America's Voice, Newsmax,|
|Too many to list||DuckDuckGo|
|J.C. Penney||Store Locator|
|Levi Strauss||Launched a million dollar gun control campaign that also entailed teaming up with Michael Bloomberg-funded gun control program, Everytown for Gun Safety. Also provides jeans for actors who appeared in Everytown PSAs and pays employees to participate in gun-control activism.||List of US-Made Jeans|
|Patagonia||Hid the phrase ‘Vote the a**holes out’ on a tag inside the brand’s 2020 Organic Stand-Up Shorts. Company says phrase "Refers to politicians who deny or disregard the climate crisis and ignore science."||Outdoor Research|
|PayPal||Canceled Miles Vinig's business and personal accounts because of a velcro patch he sold through his web store. Shaped like a AKS74U, the firearm is known as the 'Krinkov' in Central Asia and the United States.||Mastercard, Visa|
|Sephora||Cut ties with Amanda Ensing, a Christian woman of Puerto Rican descent, and a social media influencer who has expressed pro-Trump views. Sephora told Ensing that her beliefs are “not aligned” with the company’s “values around inclusivity.”||Ultra Beauty|
|Too many to list||Signal|
|YouTube||Too many to list||Rumble|
|Vimeo||Pulled down MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell's video "Absolute Proof," which details the election fraud of 2020.||Rumble|