(PatriotHQ) Patriot across America have united and are saying: NO MORE!! Bud Light heard the outcry to late and now is doing too little. But Target probably thought they were better than the right-wingers but to their chagrin they are getting hammered and the beating will not stop until all the LGBTQIA+ shit is gone!
Target's stock has been on a downward trend, experiencing its worst six-day period since the six days ending on May 25, 2022. This decline has raised concerns about comparing Walmart and Target. Shareholders are facing losses as the controversy surrounding Target's Pride merchandising plans continues to generate controversy.
The stock has dropped over 12.6% since the controversy erupted a week ago, resulting in a $9.3 billion decrease in market value. Thursday saw another 1.6% slip in shares.
This six-day stretch of declining shares is the longest losing streak since December 2022 and the most severe period since the six days ending on May 25, 2022, when shares fell by 27.34%. In contrast, the S&P 500 remained relatively stable during the same timeframe. Target has not responded immediately to inquiries from FOX Business regarding the stock selloff.
The situation has been exacerbated by the association of Target's Gay Pride collection with a controversial designer named Erik Carnell, who is known for his outspoken Satanic beliefs and occult-themed apparel.
The controversy surrounding the collection and designer has further fueled negative sentiment. In response to the volatile circumstances and threats impacting their employees' well-being, Target has announced adjustments to their plans and the removal of contentious items.
🤢 They emphasize their commitment to the LGBTQIA+ community and their intention to celebrate Pride Month 🤮
Additionally, Anheuser-Busch, the parent company of Bud Light, is experiencing a similar trend. The Bud Light brand faced significant backlash due to a campaign involving transgender activist Dylan Mulvaney.
As a result, the company has lost $18.8 billion in market value since March 30, with shares declining over 14%. The company's attempts at damage control include a new promotion called the US Budweiser Family Memorial Day Rebate, which aims to alleviate the financial impact by offering rebates for eligible customers.
Several executives involved in the campaign have been placed on leave in response to the fallout.
IMHO – Enough is enough NO MORE! Stop perverting America! We have only just got started. Wait for a few months and the retail world will realize who their customers really are!