The ongoing cancelation of all things conservative requires attacking or intimidating anyone who works with conservatives, but while many fall before the mob and cancel culture, Hyatt Hotels is declaring that conservatives have a right to have their say.
According to Fox Business, Hyatt defended its decision to host the 2021 Conservatives Political Action Conference (CPAC) against the left which had begun coming after the corporation with an online cancellation attempt.
“We take pride in operating a highly inclusive environment and we believe that the facilitation of gatherings is a central element of what we do as a hospitality company,” a Hyatt spokesman told Fox Business. “We believe in the right of individuals and organizations to peacefully express their views, independent of the degree to which the perspectives of those hosting meetings and events at our hotels align with ours. Our own values support a culture that is characterized by empathy, respect, and diversity of opinions and backgrounds, and we strive to bring this to light through what we do and how we engage with those in our care.”
The left began a “#boycottHyatt” hashtag campaign and began circulating the hashtag through declarations that Hyatt was hosting Nazis in its hotel.
And I can choose to #boycottHYATT because I DON'T support Nazi fascisms or insurrectionists. https://t.co/dJTsdcRh0o
— No Justice, No Peace! Healing Begins With Justice (@SmcSheila) February 26, 2021
Hyatt is one of the few brands to actually stand up against cancel culture. It joins the ranks of Goya, Red Bull, and CD Projekt Red, as a company that refused to cave to pressure when the mob came for it.
In Hyatt’s case, it was defending free speech for Americans, even if that speech was unpopular to the mainstream. The mischaracterization of conservatives is intentional. It currently wants to make Conservatives seem as evil as they say they are and that anyone who works with them takes part in this evil. Many brands cave to this narrative, perpetuating the false narrative as they do.
Hyatt not only stood up against that narrative but supported the right of people to speak freely, a rarity in this day and age, and making it one of the few brands that actually does support diversity, which includes diversity of thought.
More brands should do exactly what Hyatt does, which would define diversity as something more substantial than a diversity of skin color or ethnic background, but actual diversity of mind. If that happens, then a domino effect would occur that would see more and more businesses less afraid to work with people of political ideologies that don’t conform to the approved leftism, which is desperately needed as the left continues to become more and more fascistic.
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