The following list is a partial (h/t Brietbart and Cube) of companies that give danegeld to Antifa, BLM and other domestic terror groups. There are more like PetSmart that aren’t on the list, but this is what’s out there. I’m simply adding the list here so that it is diversified on the Internet.

The Senate Minority Leader and Speaker of the House bow to BLM

You can boycott them if you want to, or you can embrace them. Up to you. There are some that I really don’t like and wouldn’t giver them a rusty nail under normal circumstances. Others are companies that make this blog work and I’m still blogging. They don’t get much money from me, but you see my point. Delta Airlines hasn’t been funding the animals so they’re on my fly-list, for example.

Buying off anarchists makes these corporations fetid pools of puke in my opinion. Fredd says that he’s boycotting Massachusetts with the exception of some craft beer companies.  Everyone has to pick and choose, including me. I will wear my NorthFace jacket, for example, but I won’t every by gear from them again – ever. I don’t watch The Oscars, and don’t plan to start. I will cancel my AMEX card. I will stop banking with Citi.

  1. 23andme: https://archive.is/Mjbwk
  2. 72andSunny: https://archive.is/B1x7Y
  3. AbbVie: https://archive.is/Q2Vqj
  4. Abbey Road Studios: https://archive.is/AJlrg
  5. The Academy (the Oscars): https://archive.is/cNRYf
  6. Activision Blizzard: https://archive.is/qfRJ1
  7. Adidas: https://archive.is/ezQ22
  8. Airbnbhttps://archive.is/GmMjl
  9. Alaska Airlines: https://archive.is/wnICf
  10. Amazon: https://archive.is/lBR4u
  11. AMD: https://archive.is/i3krt
  12. American Airlines: https://archive.is/XBwhw
  13. American Express: https://archive.is/kzWXa
  14. American Apparel: https://archive.is/ETfYw
  15. Apple Music: https://archive.is/cj97E
  16. Ancestry: https://archive.is/5Q9JW
  17. Armani: https://archive.is/hX6Yw
  18. Astro Gaming: https://archive.is/9aWhf
  19. AT&T: https://archive.is/OzC04
  20. Atlantic Records: https://archive.is/65QQq
  21. AWS: https://archive.is/NXNAG
  22. AXE: https://archive.is/Xpxhw
  23. Barclays Bank: https://archive.is/9EAl4
  24. Barnes & Noble: https://archive.is/PCPKn
  25. Bandcamp: https://archive.is/5QQBT
  26. Bank of America: https://archive.is/FH1O0
  27. Bayer: https://archive.is/iT3EG
  28. Bergdorf Goodman: https://archive.is/nQiPA
  29. Bethesda: https://archive.is/2xeNE
  30. Ben & Jerry’s: https://archive.is/BqHRv
  31. Billboard: https://archive.is/Ruuv8
  32. BMW: https://archive.is/lRN51
  33. BP: https://archive.is/0qSwy
  34. Booking.com: https://archive.is/CZAs7
  35. Boost Mobile: https://archive.is/pLnAf
  36. Bratz: https://archive.is/vOA1d
  37. Burger King: https://archive.is/U9VzB
  38. Bungie: https://archive.is/81KHV
  39. Burberry: https://archive.is/ha0jP
  40. Burt’s Bees: https://archive.is/4NbLi
  41. Cadillac: https://archive.is/bS60C
  42. Call of Duty: https://archive.is/DEJA6
  43. Capcom: https://archive.is/S1BgN
  44. Capitol Records: https://archive.is/jeUpY
  45. Canada Goose: https://archive.is/y2nLo
  46. Cartoon Network: https://archive.is/CxAd7
  47. Chick-fil-A: https://archive.is/yiviH
  48. Chipotle: https://archive.is/Rk9zI
  49. Cisco: https://archive.is/fNvdP
  50. Citigroup: https://archive.is/36fkF
  51. Coca Cola: https://archive.is/bzTHi
  52. Colourpop Cosmetics: https://archive.is/AapIR
  53. Conde Nast: https://archive.is/ChMdI
  54. Converse: https://archive.is//sKjmg
  55. CORSAIR: https://archive.is/5S5DY
  56. Creative Commons: https://archive.is/kPdCO
  57. Criterion Collectionhttps://archive.is/JZ2Sd
  58. Crunchyroll: https://archive.is/q7Ucj
  59. CW: https://archive.is/JumZU
  60. CVShttps://archive.is/DbBSV
  61. DHL Express: https://archive.is/r4Pmp
  62. Dell: https://archive.is/IeI9j
  63. Degree: https://archive.is/SItaW
  64. Devolver Digital: https://archive.is/xcaEH
  65. DIRECTV: https://archive.is/hhBG4
  66. Discord: https://archive.is/hGtDw
  67. Disney: https://archive.is/wldfM
  68. Doritos: https://archive.is/nLHv0
  69. DoorDash: https://archive.is/vhTW2
  70. Doulingo: https://archive.is/v9Wpk
  71. Dribbble: https://archive.is/TDWFY
  72. Dropbox: https://archive.is/O2ygm
  73. E! News: https://archive.is/3PJyz
  74. EA: https://archive.is/92ALS
  75. Eaton: https://archive.is/ezfyE
  76. eBay: https://archive.is/TYTIz
  77. Eight Sleep: https://archive.is/IiV7n
  78. ESPN: https://archive.is/1I5Tf
  79. Etsy: https://archive.is/FtTof
  80. FedEx: https://archive.is/kKVJp
  81. Fender: https://archive.is/OGjBM
  82. Figma: https://archive.is/hNpcE
  83. FILA: https://archive.is/d6bZ6
  84. Fitbit: https://archive.is/Smx2g
  85. Foot Locker: https://archive.is/XRL65
  86. Formula 1: https://archive.is/FCpBG
  87. FOX: https://archive.is/p2BvT
  88. Frosted Mini Wheats: https://archive.is/vrEYN
  89. Funimation: https://archive.is/sfN8E
  90. GameSpot: https://archive.is/zEkO3
  91. Gartner: https://archive.is/QC8tz
  92. Gatorade: https://archive.is/fo7wl
  93. Genentech: https://archive.is/phHtt
  94. General Motors: https://archive.is/IP0a6
  95. Gibson: https://archive.is/qJYZY
  96. Glossier: https://archive.is/IYlXB
  97. GoDaddy: https://archive.is/VEMk4
  98. Goldman Sachs: https://archive.is/TA2h0
  99. GoFundMe: https://archive.is/Be0fJ
  100. Google: https://archive.is/DK2T8
  101. GoPro: https://archive.is/Aakvo
  102. Gorilla Glue: https://archive.is/0R9ya
  103. Grammarly: https://archive.is/Su1PT
  104. Grindr: https://archive.is/Z6KcW
  105. Guerilla Collective: https://archive.is/TTchM
  106. Gumroad: https://archive.is/oZMr7
  107. Gushers: https://archive.is/3Dju7
  108. Habitat for Humanity: https://archive.is/B81pI
  109. Harry’s: https://archive.is/mE4NN
  110. HBO: https://archive.is/oiUyY
  111. HBO Max: https://archive.is/LGsPt
  112. Headup: https://archive.is/G8ygg
  113. Help Scout: https://archive.is//D8DCs
  114. Hershey’s: https://archive.is/ZQ5zD
  115. H&M: https://archive.is/A9ONJ
  116. Home Depothttps://archive.is/KjUtA
  117. Honda: https://archive.is/4UYtd
  118. HP: https://archive.is/BO2tc
  119. Hulu: https://archive.is/4CyO2
  120. Humana: https://archive.is/RMRmE
  121. Humble Bundle: https://archive.is/YXDb6
  122. HyperX: https://archive.is/ZfHYp
  123. IBM: https://archive.is/ij3Q1
  124. IKEA: https://archive.is/piwcs
  125. IMAX: https://archive.is/OiCj1
  126. Indiegogo: https://archive.is/jrDZk
  127. itch.io: https://archive.is/UTsTi
  128. Intel: https://archive.is/93D5q
  129. Invision: https://archive.is/UZkK1
  130. ITV: https://archive.is/yD1pS
  131. Kickstarter: https://archive.is/0zwng
  132. Lacoste: https://archive.is/T7nwc
  133. Lego: https://archive.is/UKFhD
  134. Levi’s: https://archive.is/KizLO
  135. Lenovo: https://archive.is/aRuDu
  136. Lexus: https://archive.is/71b2c
  137. LinkedIn: https://archive.is/sX5zb
  138. L’Oreal Paris: https://archive.is/Jfelo
  139. Logitech: https://archive.is/vf6J7
  140. Lowe’s: https://archive.is/V5UFz
  141. Lucky Brand: https://archive.is/fY2Mw
  142. Lululemon: https://archive.is/rjCRV
  143. Louis Vuittonhttps://archive.is/nGZe8
  144. Lyft: https://archive.is/UXl3k
  145. Madden NFL 20: https://archive.is/CTUoi
  146. Marvel Entertainment: https://archive.is/Ptup6
  147. Mastercard: https://archive.is/K0n1d
  148. MATTEL: https://archive.is/bvsqN
  149. McAfee: https://archive.is/IGXA1
  150. McDonald’s: https://archive.is/jOZ65
  151. Merck: https://archive.is/Uq30E
  152. Mercedes Benz: https://archive.is/bs8y6
  153. Met Life: https://archive.is/Dukhi
  154. Metropolitan Opera: https://archive.fo/wecQ2
  155. Microsoft: https://archive.is/A7Vjv
  156. Mozilla: https://archive.is/m1aLg
  157. Napster: https://archive.is/fVY1s
  158. NASCAR: https://archive.is/LG2hU
  159. Ncsoft: https://archive.is/OVPVP
  160. Netflix: https://archive.is/UVSEr
  161. New Balance: https://archive.is/NyGnG
  162. New York Life: https://archive.is/HVVVk
  163. NFL: https://archive.is/G4yq4
  164. NHL: https://archive.is/lYbyG
  165. Niantic: https://archive.is/UdKYR
  166. Nickelodeon: https://archive.is/JWSPQ
  167. Nikehttps://archive.is/UXYBy
  168. Nintendo: https://archive.is/5UOjp
  169. Nordstrom: https://archive.is/A7mUU
  170. North Face: https://archive.is/rq1Cb
  171. Old Spice: https://archive.is/1UK5d
  172. OnlyFans: https://archive.is/EFs5C
  173. Paramount Pictureshttps://archive.is/ixXHd
  174. Paramount Network: https://archive.is/BCAX3
  175. Patreon: https://archive.is/wzfM5
  176. Peloton: https://archive.is/d36k7
  177. Pepsi Co: https://archive.is/9S5ow
  178. Pfizer Inc: https://archive.is/A6hby
  179. Playstation: https://archive.is/52Vvl
  180. Plex: https://archive.is/9szCf
  181. Pokemon: https://archive.is/p9zuP
  182. Popeye’s Chicken: https://archive.is/CzlHd
  183. Pop-Tarts: https://archive.is/8cMGG
  184. Pornhub: https://archive.is/nciUB
  185. Porsche: https://archive.is/VrmlZ
  186. Pringles: https://archive.is/1WpA1
  187. Procter & Gamble: https://archive.is/JSMO4
  188. Puget Systems: https://archive.is/4Zcu7
  189. PUMA: https://archive.is/lHx9j
  190. Pusheen: https://archive.is/71dL1
  191. Qualcomm: https://archive.is/syYmb
  192. Quicken Loans: https://archive.is/SmDfJ
  193. Reddit: https://archive.is/H09M8
  194. RedHat: https://archive.is/ObTZu
  195. Red Lobster: https://archive.is/aIUyy
  196. Red Wing: https://archive.is/LLCVv
  197. Reebok: https://archive.is/v0nat
  198. Reese’s: https://archive.is/Rc4pJ
  199. Rice Krispies: https://archive.is/U4Zn9
  200. Riot Games: https://archive.is/2XH97
  201. Rockstar Games: https://archive.is/QdcPI
  202. Salesforce: https://archive.is/t1qZB
  203. Sanofi: https://archive.is//ErmGO
  204. Scholastic: https://archive.is/fFmX3
  205. Sega: https://archive.is/9YyUJ
  206. Sesame Street: https://archive.is/5he9K
  207. Society Generale US: https://archive.is/IoUgp
  208. Showtime: https://archive.is/YTPVw
  209. Sketch: https://archive.is/QvXDT
  210. Slack: https://archive.is/gF9ym
  211. Sephora: https://archive.is/Gm7Rc
  212. Shopify: https://archive.is/iq5jB
  213. Skillshare: https://archive.is/JX5em
  214. Snap: https://archive.is/HcGGQ
  215. Snapchathttps://archive.is/5reL4
  216. Sony: https://archive.is/1PtlU
  217. Soundcloud: https://archive.is/H3ZDC
  218. Spotify: https://archive.is/ufTeo
  219. Square Enix: https://archive.is/qmPIX
  220. STARZ: https://archive.is/eQ4YG
  221. Starbucks: https://archive.is/EENlS
  222. Star Wars: https://archive.is/xnSgt
  223. Subway: https://archive.is/D5F8H
  224. Supreme New York: https://archive.is/KqeQs
  225. Sysco Corporation: https://archive.is/WyXx8
  226. Taco Bell: https://archive.is/LLY9l
  227. Target: https://archive.is/YoIrO
  228. TBS: https://archive.is/N0QhU
  229. Tesco: https://archive.is/hZS7B
  230. Thatgamecompany: https://archive.is/7po1C
  231. Ticketmaster: https://archive.is/VkhNC
  232. TikTok: https://archive.is/bt2vy
  233. Timberland: https://archive.is/HZtxv
  234. Tinder: https://archive.is/YaY2y
  235. TMobile: https://archive.is//KB2lG
  236. Tumblr: https://archive.is/i9fMQ
  237. Twitch: https://archive.is/DAmR5
  238. Twitter: https://archive.is/auIgi
  239. Uber: https://archive.is/RrScn
  240. Uber Eats: https://archive.is/UwwQS
  241. Ubisoft: https://archive.is/0qMff
  242. Ugg: https://archive.is/YZuWv
  243. Ulta Beauty: https://archive.is/6ZESx
  244. Under Armor: https://archive.is/WuYMM
  245. UnitedHealth Group: https://archive.is/rzQXF
  246. Vanguard: https://archive.is/Y12IM
  247. Vans: https://archive.is/5nYag
  248. VeggieTales: https://archive.is/ocjzA
  249. Verizon: https://archive.is/hPZoJ
  250. VERSACE: https://archive.is/wWsxK
  251. Vevo: https://archive.is/MVtrR
  252. Via: https://archive.is/fFIvU
  253. ViacomCBS: https://archive.is/uCGXy
  254. Virgin Records: https://archive.is/QiykN
  255. Virta: https://archive.is/7e9KT
  256. VIZ: https://archive.is/eMuIW
  257. Vivaldi: https://archive.is/QO9do
  258. Warner Bros https://archive.is/F1Tqn
  259. Warner Records: https://archive.is/Mm6qb
  260. Well’s Fargo: https://archive.is/CGA4n
  261. Wendy’s: https://archive.is/7X4Nu
  262. WeWork: https://archive.is/TEpa7
  263. XBox: https://archive.is/6zdVS
  264. Yamaha Music USA: https://archive.is/ANDkF
  265. Yelp: https://archive.is/eU4NS
  266. YouTubehttps://archive.is/5qz6a
  267. Zara: https://archive.is/t2QeR
  268. Zildijian: https://archive.fo/o6Tqi
  269. Zoom: https://archive.is/7o03X

24 COMMENTS

  1. Very telling…

    goFundme sent an email asking to donate “for the cause”, thought to send a goTohell response but they aren’t listening, like the rest on the Fahrenheit 454 list.

    • I try not to hate inner city people and their friends. I work at it every day. Seriously. But they will get a nickel out of me when pigs fucking fly. It’s like asking me to give up a firearm. You can have them one round at a time.

      • Tip of the spear…which is getting closer to being employed on those who believe we are pushovers. Got a text yesterday from my brother, was about ready to head to DC to assist in protecting the Emancipation Memorial. If he’s at that point…

        Minneapolis voted 12-0 to remove their police department…that place will be in ruins by Summer’s end.

        Being rural has its advantages, the “from town” Census guy looked like a deer in headlights dropping off our little baggie (from his car, with mask on). They need to be scared of us as this crap escalates.

        • If you defend a statue or your church or your home, you’re racist. Unless you self-identify as ‘inner city’, in which case it’s ok.

          Pulling down a statue of George Washington=good
          Pulling down a statue of Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, also known as Lenin=bad

          There is some twisted shit going on.

          • My Church isn’t defined by a statue or a building. We worship the Lord, and we’re biblical. Should the idiots in office decide to make Christianity illegal, I predict two things will happen:
            People who don’t attend church services will start attending
            Enforcers of the new law will find out about life after death sooner than expected.

        • “to assist in protecting the Emancipation Memorial”

          Serious question: Of all the monuments that one might protect, why that one?

          I’m opposed to the removal or destruction of statues and monuments in general, but if I had to pick one to give to the mob, that one’d be near the top. I am so sick of the New Morality wherein victimhood automatically equates to moral virtue. But considering what kind of people manufacture our popular culture (among other things) of course the victimhood schtick is a, no, THE central tenet.

          “Inner city people” are not the cause of the problem, which is ultimately moral/philosophical, they’re weaponized useful idiots.

          • There was a video of white guys dropping off palates of bricks in Minneapolis, and instructing the inner city people. That video vanished. I wonder why?

          • Okay, I’ll bite…(sorry in advance LL, can’t let this ride)

            Why that one? Really? For me this has nothing to do with race, inner city or not. Inch by inch these ignorant America hating cretins – who are actually afforded the ability to PEACEABLY protest – are willfully tearing down American history because they believe in their moral superiority that gives them – in some twisted logic manner – the right to judge in the rearview. It is flat wrong (and illegal) to destroy private property and public monuments regardless of your belief. These monuments are odes to our very founding, good and bad. Reminders of the past. NO ONE has any right to tear them down. And the beta’s in authority are too cowardly to do something about it…EXCEPT for our President who’s the only one with the nads to say so. Touch Federal property, go to prison. That is the law whether you like the historical statue or not.

            Going after Lincoln – ESPECIALLY this memorial – was the last straw in a path of asinine destruction. Moses was a good man “in his generation”. That last part is the critical component. One is supposed to build on the greatness and not repeat the mistakes. This is our history, like it or not. I wasn’t there so have no say, except what I do going forward in what little influence I may have.

            As far as I’m concerned the street thug reprobates should be hung in the town square, like our forefathers would have done…let God sort them out in His infinite mercy.

            Screed over….got some fence to fix in God’s country on a stunning Summer day. Life is good here, and God help them if one of those mobsters heads my way.

          • “For me this has nothing to do with race, inner city or not.”

            I hear you. I could wish that those on the other side(s) also didn’t think it has to do with race. But for them it does, and they will behave accordingly.

            (And those persons actually behind the chaos have in-group/out-group criteria largely based on things other than skin color. But skin color is the means by which they whip the ignorant and gullible into a frenzy.)

      • I am seriously trying to distance myself. Working on the new book, “Vigilante Moon”, just got back from a three hour canoe paddle on Clear Creek Reservoir, gearing up for a business trip after the fourth. No time for the bull. Very tired of the covid scam and zombies, but there is a bright spot. The globe is no longer warming. The left has given that one a rest.

    • I did that today in my choice of fast food.

      If ‘inner city lives’ are worth more than mine, take your Taco Bell products and shove them up the dirt scuttle.

  2. Well, the only place I can eat or shop is Olive Garden. Somehow I don’t think they carry prescription or hardware.

  3. Mad Jack, I realize that the left loves Islam but I think that the pile of bodies that would stack up if they substituted that for Christianity would be considerable. Faith is not in brick and mortar anyway. But there are things that would be taking things too far and that is one of them. There would be an armed march on DC and a replacement of pukes in Congress and in the White House, that would be that.

  4. I ‘borrowed’ the list and sent to as many patriots and like minded thinkers that I communicate regularly with. We’ve had our AMEX card since ’82… maybe not so much longer.

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