How Committed To Woke? The Cost For White Privileged Multimillionaire CEOs Of Distracting Americans By Attacking America’s Mores Is No Longer Free

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This is phase one. We’re putting these three companies on notice that consumers have had it, and they need to focus on serving their consumers and not woke politicians,’ Will Hild, the executive director of Consumers’ Research said.

‘Phase two: this is certainly not a unique phenomenon, and we’re going to put all corporate America on notice that this isn’t going to work anymore.’

Nike, American Airlines and Coca-Cola are slammed by Consumers’ Research for using ‘woke politics’ and support of BLM to ‘distract from their hypocritical failings’

  • Three 30-second clips were unveiled on Tuesday as part of a $1m ad campaign
  • The campaign, from conservative group Consumers’ Research, targets Nike, American Airlines and Coca-Cola
  • The CEOs of all three companies are accused of putting ‘woke politicians’ first and customers second
  • It also accuses them of hypocrisy for their stance on ‘woke’ issues like the new voting laws in Georgia and Texas while accusing them of promoting childhood obesity, for Coca Cola, and relying on public bailouts, for American Airlines
  • Nike’s support of Black Lives Matter activist Colin Kaepernick was criticized, while the brand was accused of using forced labor

By Harriet Alexander For – Published: 21:11 EDT, 18 May 2021 | Updated: 10:44 EDT, 19 May 2021

Nike, American Airlines and Coca-Cola have been accused of putting ‘woke politicians’ ahead of their customers.

The three companies were targeted in a $1million ad campaign by Consumers’ Research, a nearly 100-year-old conservative-leaning watchdog.   

The 30-second Nike advert, entitled with Cover, begins with a picture of former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick and describes Nike as ‘constantly political.’


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