Leftist Corporations Plot How to Punish Conservatives for Georgia Voting Law

4am conference call, on the road by hjl is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0

Conservatives have long been saying that they feel like there’s a group of shadowy people stacked up against them. 

The media, the political establishment, Big Tech, the educational system: the list goes on…

But we’ve all been told that the idea that powerful people are after us for being conservative is absurd: don’t be a “conspiracy theorist,” and go back to your Bibles and guns (good advice, by the way).

Well, it turns out that conservatives are correct. Large corporations and powerful people are literally plotting how to wreck your life. 

The latest example comes after the CEOs and heads of more than 100 huge corporations took part in a conference call on the weekend trying to plan how they can overturn the new conservative voter ID law in Georgia. 

Starbucks by Ivana Di Carlo is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

The Lunatic Left Teams Up Against America

Corporations including Starbucks, the owner of the Atlanta Falcons and founder of Home Depot, United Airlines, American Airlines, Levi jeans, Walmart, Viacom and many more took part in the call where they plotted out how to overturn the democratic will of the people of Georgia. 

Georgia recently passed a new voter security bill that basically just beefs up basic rules around what you need to vote. This includes requiring a Georgia state driver’s license number, ID card number, date of birth and the last four digits of a social security number or another approved form of identification to be printed on the outside of an absentee ballot in order for it to be accepted. 

Like I said, basic voter security rules. 

But the Democrats are flinging ape crap over the bill saying it’s racist and designed to suppress the Black vote. And now their pet corporations are having in-depth chats about how to punish conservatives for voting for it. 

“There was a defiance of the threats that businesses should stay out of politics. They were obviously rejecting that even with their presence. But they were there out of concern about voting restrictions not being in the public interest,” explained Yale School of Management Professor Jeffrey Sonnenfeld who took part in the call. 

That’s an amazing level of arrogance to decide that you as business leaders know what’s in the “public interest” more than voters who actually live in the state of Georgia and want their elections to be reliable.

What is Wrong With These Companies?

The fact that over 100 large companies took part in a Zoom call about how to suppress voters and overturn the will of the people is incredible. They not only deserve to be mocked, boycotted and heavily criticized, anyone who invests in these companies should be getting out as soon as possible because they now know the leadership of these organizations is batcrap crazy. 

When you offend and try to control half the people in America it makes people get upset. Isn’t that kind of obvious? It would be the first thing you learn in marketing: don’t anger and deeply offend half of your customers by taking controversial and unethical political positions. 

As for these leftist CEOs and their actual plans to mess with voter ID laws? The most these woke billionaires can do is put out more advertising and propaganda telling people how racist conservatives supposedly are and lying about these laws. It won’t work.

But a widespread conservative boycott of these companies would probably go a long way to adjusting their behavior. They need to understand that there are consequences for those who disrespect and attempt to overturn the will of millions of Americans.

Here is a list of many of the CEOs who have said they oppose Georgia’s new voter ID law.

Enjoy your stock nosedive, geniuses.