Carnivore Dreams – Boycott List

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Happy Monday.  I’ll be working on my special post for tomorrow.  Today, I’ll run to the nursery, make tacos for those guys with leftover smoked pork shoulder.  Probably some eggs, good coffee, mmm.  Another beautiful day of gardening, exercise, and I hope writing!

But here is my list to date of companies I recommend avoiding.  Amazon is the hardest one for me because of the convenience.  But I will try to cut back using them at least.  I was sorry to see Wayfair on the list since that might be a good substitute.   The rest are really no heartburn.  Well, the NFL is tough because my dad is 89 years old and he loves the Lions.  I might have to see football even if i don’t want to.  Grew up watching football every Sunday.  Not sure I can talk him into giving them up…

I’ll post this list at the end of my posts for anyone who wants to see them.

This is the list of places to boycott.  I will publish this list at the end of my posts so I’ll feel I’m accomplishing something yet I can get back to work.  Fewer political posts, though I’m sure one or two will sneak out.

 We have to stand up and fight every way we can.  I didn’t use to believe in boycotting people for political views, but these companies are either guilty of boycotting conservative news shows/voices, censorship, or outright propaganda.  And the censorship they are getting away with is alarming. Amazon is a hard one to boycott, it’s so convenient, but even if you cut back on using them, it will help.  Same with Fed Ex.  I will be running this list at the end of my posts from now on, possibly adding to it when necessary.  I recommend boycotting those that try to censor more than others– those boycotting voices or actually guilty of censorship like Facebook, Twitter.  I have been gathering addresses from my friends on Facebook so I can permanently delete it soon.

 

Nike

T-Mobile

Papa Johns – Peyton Manning is out now

Starbucks

Netflix

Sonic

Ben & Jerry’s

NFL – watch less but if you go to games, don’t buy food

Macy’s

Wayfair

Google

Best Buy

Hertz –

United Airlines –

Avis Budget Group –

Enterprise rental cars –

First National Bank of Omaha –

MetLife –

REI Mountain Equipment –

Bank of America – I still have an account.  Will be keeping balances low, though they have been a good company to work with.

Bed, Bath & Beyond

Marshalls

T. J. Max

Coka-Cola – pressuring Facebook not to publish  “hate speech” – we know what that is–been trying to give it up anyway completely.

Sears

K-Mart

Amazon (Whole Foods) – **this is a toughest one for me, but am considering it. At least cut back when you can.

Audi

Camping World

Disney

Dove Soaps

Levi Strauss

Time Warner

Marriott Hotels – CEO and co-founder have both voiced opposition to Trump.

84 Lumber – Promoted illegal immigration.

Guggenheim Museum – Disrespected Melania Trump.

Heineken – Supports open borders

Insomniac Games – Against Trump’s travel ban.

Marvel – PC / Social justice warrior agenda.

Under Armour –

Papa Johns

Patagonia clothing –

Penzey’s Spices – Called Trump voters “racists”

Simon & Shuster –

Facebook – Closing conservative accounts, run by anti-Trump propagandist(s)

Tumblr –

Apple – Run by anti-Trump propagandist(s).

Yelp – Run by anti-Trump propagandist(s)

Twitter -Closing conservative accounts, run by anti-Trump propagandist(s)

YouTube – Removing conservative videos, is run by anti-Trump propagandist(s), censorship.

Tinder – Run by anti-Trump propagandist(s)

Reddit – Run by anti-Trump propagandist(s)

Instagram – Run by anti-Trump propagandist(s)

Flickr – CEO is anti-Trump.

Imgr – Staff full of SJW’s.

Trulia –

Meetup –

Mastercard – Blacklisted Robert Spencer

Gillette – Virtue signaling intersectionality commercial depicting

Harry’s razors – Harry’s is no better than Gillette. Harry’s gives anti-men morality lectures.

Salesforce –

Soundcloud – Took down anti-mass migration podcasts, insanely calling them “hate speech”

VolvoPulled advertising from Sean Hannity.

IHOP – Pulled advertising from Tucker Carlson

Samsung – Pulled advertising from Tucker Carlson

Robitussin (Pfizer) – Pulled advertising from Tucker Carlson

SanDisk – Pulled advertising from Tucker Carlson

CareerBuilder – Pulled advertising from Tucker Carlson

Takeda Pharmaceuticals (makers of Entyvio) – Pulled advertising from Tucker Carlson

United Explorer credit card – Pulled advertising from Tucker Carlson

Just For Men – Pulled advertising from Tucker Carlson

Jaguar – Pulled advertising from Tucker Carlson

Land Rover – Pulled advertising from Tucker Carlson

SCOTTeVEST – Pulled advertising from Tucker Carlson

Zenni Optical – Pulled advertising from Tucker Carlson

Voya Financial – Pulled advertising from Tucker Carlson

Bowflex – Pulled advertising from Tucker Carlson

SmileDirectClub – Pulled advertising from Tucker Carlson

NerdWallet – Pulled advertising from Tucker Carlson

Minted – Pulled advertising from Tucker Carlson

Pacific Life insurance – Pulled advertising from Tucker Carlson

Indeed.com – Pulled advertising from Tucker Carlson

Nestle – Pulled advertising from Laura Ingram

Office Depot – Pulled advertising from Laura Ingram

Hulu – Pulled advertising from Laura Ingram

Rachel Ray – Pulled advertising from Laura Ingram

Ruby Tuesday – Pulled advertising from Laura Ingram

Nutrish – Pulled advertising from Laura Ingram

WayFair – Pulled advertising from Laura Ingram

Blue Apron – Pulled advertising from Laura Ingram

Expedia.com – Pulled advertising from Laura Ingram

TripAdvisor – Pulled advertising from Laura Ingram

IBM – Pulled advertising from Laura Ingram

Jenny Craig – Pulled advertising from Laura Ingram

Johnson & Johnson – Pulled advertising from Laura Ingram

Liberty Mutual Insurance – Pulled advertising from Laura Ingram

Miracle-Ear – Pulled advertising from Laura Ingram

Stitch Fix – Pulled advertising from Laura Ingram

Dr. Bronner’s soap – Supports ILLEGAL immigration

First National Bank of Omaha – Anti NRA

Gucci – Donated a half million dollars to fight guns.

Salesforce – Blocked service to customers who sell firearms.

Red Hen Restaurant, Lexington, VA – Bigotted co-owner Stephanie Wilkinson refused to serve Sarah Huckabee Sanders. Even other employees felt “unfomfortable” with Sanders being there.

FedEx – Began severing ties with the Washington Redskins and asking others to sever ties with the sports team because they won’t change their name.  – another hard one but you don’t have to mail things yourself that way.

Safeway? Vons? Albertsons? – Someone brought to our attention this flyer that suggests that these grocery stores might be supporting activists who want to prevent the US from enforcing immigration laws.

 

Aside from the obvious CNN, MSNBC, ABC, NBC, CBS, etc there are less blatantly leftist networks with leftist agendas:

ESPN – Now taking left-wing political stands instead of just doing sports.

NatGeo – Air propaganda shows with one-sided global warming agendas, virtue signaling shows.

HBO – No longer a movie channel but a democrat party propaganda channel.

Comedy Central – No longer comedy — Now “Democrat Central”

Snopes.com – Self-promoted as a “fact-checking site” is actually a liberal mouth piece.

Politifact – Self-promoted as a “fact-checking site” is actually a liberal mouth piece.

Wikipedia – Run by anti-Trump propagandist(s) pushing global warming hysteria, etc.

Google – Search for “Trump” then click news. Most if not all of the results will be from leftist outlets. Google employees hate Trump. Use ConservativeSearch instead.

YouTube – Run by Google. Controls searches to promote their left-wing agenda. Also demonetizes or limits monetization of conservative videos. Hopefully BitChute catches on.

Yahoo News / Sports – Far left mouthpiece of the left.

Market Watch – Virtually all if not all writers are never-Trumpers based in blue cities like NYC, Los Angeles, etc.

Forbes – Despite being listed as a “right-center bias” site by MediaBiasFactCheck, Forbes showed their true colors when they deleted Michael Shellenberger piece that debunked climate change alarmism.

 

5 thoughts on “Carnivore Dreams – Boycott List

  1. You forgot Target (the first to make gender-neutral bath- and dressing- rooms) and Progressive Insurance (it’s in the name, folks! See who they invest in.)

    A list with who we CAN use might be easier. Or, go with mom & pop. 👍🏼

  2. Geeze, is there anyone left that we can safely deal with? BTW, what’s wrong with Best Buy? I’m in some squabble with them. Dislike them immensely.

  3. Well, I was never for boycotting until they started suppressing and censoring thought. Most of these people are pressuring social media to silence views they don’t agree with. If they just had a political position, I wouldn’t boycott them. But we have to start standing up here or we’ll be sorry. I’m afraid. I hope you are doing well. Nice to see you at least comment! I think of you.

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