The LGBT mafia & their satanic agenda lead to more global corporations tanking: The top five ‘woke-vertising’ fails for 2019


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(Natural News) Over the years we have seen companies get “woke” just to “go broke,” losing millions and in some cases billions of dollars all because they wanted to suck up to a particular crowd, uncaring as to whether they offend anyone else or not.

(Article by Susan Duclos republished from AllNewsPipeline.com)

Look at Dick’s Sporting goods where company leaders decided to join the Second Amendment versus gun grabbers battle back in 2018, taking sides in a political fight that ignored their own costumers’ preferences to jump onto the gun grabbers/control bandwagon, resulting in a $250 million loss for the company.

From soda companies to supermarkets we find that corporations are attempting to appeal and appease the LGBT community aka the “gay mafia,” despite the fact that the LGBT community only represents less than 10 percent of the overall population, risking the alienation of the other 90 percent that do not appreciate other peoples sexual preferences shoved in their face every time they turn around.

In 2019, we have found a series of “woke” fails across the globe and below we are going to detail what we have chosen to be the top five.

#1 – TGI FRIDAYS ‘WOKE-VERTISING’ FAIL

TGI Friday’s, following in the footsteps of companies like Nordstroms, Honey Maid, McDonald’s and GM, (Video compilation of those here) and Renault, by kowtowing to the LGBT community and agenda, as they recently put out a 15 second commercial of couples kissing and in that 15 seconds they managed to show the gay couple above as part of their promotion.

Via OneAngryGamer website:

What did it have to do with the commercial? Nothing… absolutely nothing.

It’s a gay kiss that comes completely out of nowhere.

These people barely make up a single percentage of the United States population and yet they’re everywhere. In fact, we see more LGBTQIA+ agitprop than we do straight Asian couples in commercials, and they actually make up 5.6% of the U.S., population, as detailed by Pew Research.

Despite being a fast-growing segment of the U.S., consensus, Asians seem to be featured less in media than the various flavors of the alphabet soup.

That’s food for thought.

Multiple forums are talking about this commercial and most are not exactly thrilled with having this LGBT agenda shoved down their throats.

#2 – HALLMARK PULLS GAY WEDDING AD, THEN CAVES TO THE GAY MAFIA

Hallmark, a television channel geared towards family oriented movies and shows recently pulled an ad for Zola which promoted a gay-lesbian wedding. After the LGBT community finished harassing the television station, Hallmark reversed their decision and announced they were “wrong” to have pulled it, and said they would be reinstating it.

Hallmark CEO Mike Perry apologized in a statement Sunday evening.

The company earlier told the Associated Press the commercials for the Zola wedding website were pulled from the air because the controversy had become a distraction following pressure from conservative group One Million Moms. It had complained about the ads to the CEO of the television network.

But in a reversal of sorts, Perry said “The Crown Media team has been agonizing over this decision as we’ve seen the hurt it has unintentionally caused. Said simply, they believe this was the wrong decision. Our mission is rooted in helping all people connect, celebrate traditions, and be inspired to capture meaningful moments in their lives. Anything that detracts from this purpose is not who we are. We are truly sorry for the hurt and disappointment this has caused.” said Mike Perry, President and CEO, Hallmark Cards, Inc.

Read more at: AllNewsPipeline.com


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