[Ed. – That’s what they’re doing by supporting the ad boycott targeting Facebook and Twitter. The purpose of it is to force social media to throttle Trump and Trump’s supporters as the election nears. Daniel Greenfield points out that some of the biggest-money actors trying to squeeze U.S. social media have a direct financial interest in preventing a second term for Trump. Nancy Pelosi is among the prominent Democrats who have expressed support for the boycott.]
The boycott’s goal is to suppress conservative speech on social media, especially by President Trump, before a presidential election, by convincing advertisers to withhold ads from Facebook until it complies. While Facebook already censors conservatives, it isn’t enough to satisfy the radicals running the boycott.
The #StopHateForProfit campaign promoted by Color of Change, a radical leftist group, is blatant election interference. And it’s backed by huge foreign multinationals who are interfering in our election.
Unilever’s own boycott post blatantly referenced the election, stating, “there is much more to be done, especially in the areas of divisiveness and hate speech during this polarized election period in the U.S”.
Some of the foreign companies that joined the #StopHateForProfit election interference campaign have direct or indirect financial interests that have been affected by Trump’s pro-American trade policies.
Honda had announced, “American Honda is withholding its advertising on Facebook and Instagram. …”
The Japanese automaker has a direct financial stake in President Trump’s defeat.