'Woke' Corporations Like Nike and Coca Cola Getting Whacked With Attack Ads

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We’ve seen companies going all-in on the Democratic talking points trying to attack election reform laws in places like Georgia.

They want to play “woke” as their reasoning without being held responsible for supporting false Democratic talking points against such laws.

We’re seeing this more and more. Companies used to do all they could to avoid politics, but now they are going all-in with pushing politics, while at the same time having all kinds of problems with their own actions.

But they’re now being held to account for their hypocrisy in a series of ads being put out Consumers’ Research, a consumer advocacy group, as Townhall reports.

There was Nike, who fully embraced Colin Kapernick despite his anti-police stance, but as Consumers’ Research observes, has been accused of using slave labor in China.

The group says American Airlines is attacking Texas’ voter ID law despite passengers being required to show ID in order to be able to fly.

They hit Coca-Cola on accusations of forced labor. On top of that, they hit obesity and allegedly putting money into “misinformation campaigns.”

“America Airlines shrunk legroom for passengers and laid off thousands of employees during the COVID pandemic while receiving billions in taxpayer bailouts. Coca-Cola and Nike have both been exploiting foreign, potentially forced, labor in China while American workers suffer. It is time these corporate giants were called to task. We are giving consumers a voice. These companies should be putting their energy and focus on serving their customers not woke politicians,” Executive Director of Consumers’ Research Will Hild said about the new campaign.

This campaign makes these companies see that if they go woke, they’re not going to do it without being called out and that they may suffer consequences for failing to listen to the consumers, not to mention clean up their own acts. Go woke, go broke. They’re going to see that pushing politics is not going over well with Americans. We’ve seen this before when sports teams start becoming very political. Americans don’t want it and when they’re asked about it, they make it very clear.