Trump Supporting Companies
Good Evening Freedom Fighters!!
While getting ready to keep an eye out on the Live Feeds tonight, I decided to compile a list of companies that have contributed to Donald Trump’s 2020 presidential campaign. I’m not saying you need to completely boycott these companies, as many of them, happen to be (unfortunately) very important for a lot of low-income people, like me. It isn’t a coincidence that the companies the “everyman” uses the most are the ones contributing the most; they’re doing it shows the people who patronize them that Trump is a trustworthy, useful candidate again.
He isn’t. We know he isn’t. Donald Trump is a threat to America. Joe Biden is garbage too. Neither presidential candidate is good enough to be the doorman for the White House, let alone the President of the United States. Does the White House even have a doorman? Either way, we’re dealing with two old men who seemingly have the beginnings of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, or in Trump’s case, the Progressive Supranuclear Palsy form of Frontotemporal Dementia*. Neither one is a good choice. Old white men have been chosen to run this country for far too long.
Formula One Racing
Bluestone Lane Coffee
Estée Lauder (& All its Subsidiaries)
The Molson Coors Brewing Company/Miller
Nathan’s Famous Hotdogs
The Venetian Hotel
The Sands Hotel
The Marina Bay Sands Hotel
The Yorkville Club
Ford Motor Company
Hudson Yard/ Snark Park
If I have to (unfortunately) add more to the list, I will, but I hope not. I hope that the closer we get to election time, the more companies pull away from both candidates.
*The Progressive Supranuclear Palsy form of Frontotemporal Dementia causes changes in a person’s language, movement, and behavior. Difficulty walking, for example, is extremely commonplace. PSP is age-related and usually manifests in one in ten people 60 years or older. The sufferer can have difficulty with facial reactions, difficulty speaking, and a very hard time with neurological responses due to damage to the frontal lobe of the brain caused by the PSP. I think Trump fits these descriptions almost too perfectly.
**I’m not sure if these organizations will still be funding Trump’s reelection since he threatened to Boycott *them* if the players took a knee during the US National Anthem. I personally don’t have a form of this (or pretty much any) form of protest. I think it shows respect, restraint, and dignity. I thought it was elegantly done when Colin Kaepernick did it, and I have no doubt that it will be done the same way again. I would much prefer that then when I see players lazily placing their hands against their chest and talking through it.