Consumers Research launches "woke alerts" app on woke companies | Eastern North Carolina Now

Consumers Research has launched a new "woke alerts" app that consumers can use to avoid buying products from companies that have gone "woke".  It is free and can be downloaded.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11973351/Conservative-consumer-group-launches-new-woke-alerts.html

https://consumersresearch.org/


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( April 16th, 2023 @ 4:52 pm )
 
Check your credit cards. Capital One is now engaged in this "social justice" ESG crap, too. www.breitbart.com

And if you use VCS, time to move your pharmacy business elsewhere:
www.zerohedge.com
Bubba said:
( April 15th, 2023 @ 8:13 am )
 
This is a great idea that someone is compiling a list of woke companies we should not be doing business with. I signed up. The "sign up" button does not work, but the link above the graphic does. Vote with your wallet against these woke fools. It is good to see that Anheuser-Busch has been hemoraging a billion dollars a day over that trnasgender nonsense. Lets punish ALL of these jerks.



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