The leftards are having a hard time grasping why though. In 2012 social justice whores called for a nation wide boycott of Chik-fil-A over their stance on the Biblical definition of marriage. Dan Cathy pled guilty as charged when the Baptist press asked about their backing "the biblical definition of the family unit." Word spread fast, and people like me started going to Chik-fil-A.
Fast forward to 2016. A blog post on Targets official site publicized a policy that said transgender customers were welcome to use
the bathroom or fitting room that matched their gender identity.This was done with out the knowledge or consent of Target CEO Brian Cornell who later told colleagues that he wouldn't have approved the decision to "flaunt" the policy. Say again??
Cornell wasn't saying that it wasn't Target's policy, only that he didn't want it made public. Oh well, the Chik-fil-A boycott flopped, what's there to worry about? Instead of suffering the 14% increase that Chik-fil-A endured, Target saw a drop of 6% with their boycott. I must say, I did not join the boycott. Don't be mad though, I haven't shopped Target since they said "no" to the Marine toys for tots drive. (They also were banning Salvation Army Bell Ringers.) Target also shelled out $20 million to install single occupancy bathrooms.
Do they not get it? We don't want this crap forced down our throats. In spite of Barry Soetoro's proclamation, we are still a Christian Nation. If we were a mooslime one, Brian Cornell would get tossed from the top of his Ivory tower along with all the gays he supports. Maybe they should be happy with the status Quo instead of demanding we change. I'm hoping that target continues to see plummeting sales. I don't hold out hope, other sales giants are hell bent on joining the lemming march to death. We may soon be forced to shop at stores which cater to perverts rather than uphold family values, places like Starbucks and Barnes & Noble support the perversity, and Walmart is keeping quiet which might be an indication of covert acceptance on the level that Cornell wanted from Target. I don't know though. Maybe they fear the backlash Chik-fil-A suffered.