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Corporate fascism, the merger of state and corporate power, is not new. But we're now seeing this unified power push Marxist, anti-God and anti-family doctrines.
If you ate Quaker oatmeal for breakfast, put on your Nike sneakers and went for a morning jog while using your Apple or Android to track your steps, you helped fund the advancement of racial ideology.
Post a silly cat picture on your mother's Facebook wall from your Verizon smartphone while grabbing a few things at Walmart? Yup, you helped fund the idea that white people are bad and a family with a mother and father are considered "white privilege."
In 2016, Target decided to get woke and allowed so-called transgender people in the women's bathroom. Target took a $2.5 billion bath after outraged former customers refused to patronize their trans-favoring establishment. Its CEO, Brian Cornell, made excuses to livid shareholders after nearly 20% of the company's value was wiped off the books. The company is still allowing men in women's bathrooms.
But now that we have a new, "socially aware" and "emotionally intelligent" White House, these same policies that are revolting to many Americans are becoming the norm.
In one week, self-described dictator Joe Biden single-handedly eviscerated women's sports by allowing biological males to play along with girls. He also swiftly allowed so-called transgenders back in the armed forces despite the fact they are 41% more likely than non-trans people to commit suicide.
Corporations are now getting into wokeness, despite the fact it does nothing to increase customers. Don't think it's merely a bumbling CEO pushing his own agenda: The agenda comes all the way from the top.
To learn more, watch today's episode of The Download — Woke Economics.