How many companies have “gone woke” in recent history? More than you might realize. You probably know about Disney, Bud Light, Target, and Gillette. But it seems with every passing day, a new corporation comes out swinging for the radical left, just to score points with activist groups.
Did you know that a major airline has been pushing wokeness, too?
It just never ends, does it? But Americans are not about to let these leftists trample over their convictions and values. Outraged that a major airline is pushing woke policies, a group of Americans posted a few billboards. And the left just can stand it.
Southwoke Airlines, a fake airline mocking Southwest Airlines’ woke policies, has put up a second billboard in the Dallas-Forth Worth area, this time displaying a drag queen with the tagline, “Either way we’ll drag you on board.”
Lol, wow! A group of patriots are calling out Southwest Airline’s lurch to the left with a new campaign. Called “Southwoke Airlines,” they are posting billboards calling out the company’s attempts at forcing woke politics onto customers.
This is the latest billboard to be put up in the past month and a half, and was reportedly sponsored by an anonymous group called “Shut up and fly,” which is calling on airline companies to “pay more attention to landing signals instead of virtue signals.” [Source: The Post Millennial]
This group of Americans is calling themselves “Shut up and fly.” They are fed up with companies spending so much energy pushing politics, instead of actually doing their job.
How many times has Southwest canceled your flight, lost your baggage, or refused to provide quality service? Yet you can they will bend over backward to tell you there are “more than two genders.”
Hey Southwest! How about you just make sure I can get to where I’m going, on time!?
The hilarious billboard features a man with purple hair and makeup, wearing a feathery, woman’s shirt. The tagline reads, “Either way we’ll drag you on board.” The group issued a warning, “Keep up the woke, we’ll keep up the billboards.”
There has been tremendous backlash from Americans over large corporations and their support for transgenderism. It seems Americans are refusing to support companies that dare force their radical movement onto them.
And Americans have the power to send a message. They don’t have to buy Bud Light, see Disney movies, or fly on Southwest. And these companies stand to lose billions over this fight, while Americans support the ample alternatives that are out there.
So, tell me this: who will outlast who?
Author: Jackson Stone