When a career politician who’s managing 6 companies at the same time, decided to get politically involved surely he managed to sponsor the 2012 GOP presidential convention. However, after the GOP nominated Trump as a candidate, this man had no intention of continuing to do so.
The Hill reports that the 6 companies: , Wells Fargo, JP Morgan Chase, UPS, Motorola, Ford, and Walgreens chose not to take part in last year’s GOP convention, after hearing that Trump had been the one nominated for the title.
Despite how obvious the reason for their refusal to participate is, they will not admit a thing.
But this doesn’t end here. Namely, Fargo agreed to switch teams and offered sponsorship to the Democratic convention’s host committee in Philadelphia.
A Fargo’s spokeswoman said : “We are supporting the City of Philadelphia host committee given our significant community bank and team member presence. What we have decided around the host committees, was determined last year before either party determined the nominees. That followed our past practices”
Other companies are following this example as well. They are abandoning Trump. According to the Conservative Fighters, Heineken is now looking for ” a world without borders” and started to ship their product elsewhere.
The company even created a shocking new marketing strategy that said :“Here’s to a world without borders or barriers, to the belief that there’s more that unites us than divides us, to finding common ground. Raise a bottle with the person next to you – a stranger is nothing but a friend you haven’t had a cold Heineken with yet.”
They choose to ignore countries like Germany, France, or Sweden on purpose even though all of them have a liberal policy on open borders despite it being a stimulant for violent crime and terrorism.
In spite of what this companies policies on refugees are, most American people – approximately 80 percent – do not support these sanctuary city policies and are unwilling to live in fear for their communities.