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Take 60 Seconds To Make Target The Next Bud Light

As we have observed on a number of occasions many American corporations are no longer businesses in the sense that their purpose is to maximize shareholder profit and value.

Rather, they have become Far Left political operations masquerading as businesses, and one of the first big corporations to make that “transition” was retail giant Target (NYSE ticker TGT).


You can join Eagle Forum’s boycott Target campaign through the link.


Target was one of the first major retailers to allow customers to choose their restroom based on their whims of the day, rather than their biological sex, and terrified women left the stores in droves after finding men in their restrooms.


However, Target has managed to top that abandonment of traditional values and common sense by now actively grooming young children to “transition” between sexes by hosting and promoting lines of “trans clothing” for young children.


Among the items in Target’s “Pride” line are swimsuits that allow men to conceal their genitalia to more convincingly pretend to be women. However, customers reacted most vociferously against clothing designed for children, including T-shirts that say, “Pride Adult Drag Queen ‘Katya,’” “Trans people will always exist!” and “Girls Gays Theys.”

Together, we can stop Target from targeting our kids!


Target CEO Brian Cornell defended the LGBTQ collection and pushed back against the outcry over “woke” capitalism, which has also engulfed beer brand Bud Light as well as entertainment giant Disney.


“I think those are just good business decisions, and it’s the right thing for society, and it’s the great thing for our brand,” Cornell said On Fortune’s “Leadership Next” podcast last week.


Target shareholders would most likely disagree as the Minneapolis-based chain has lost $9 billion in the last week.


According to reporting by the New York Post, a week ago Wednesday before the controversy erupted, Target’s stock closed at $160.96 a share, giving the big-box chain a market capitalization of $74.3 billion.


As of early trading on Thursday, however, shares of the company were trading off another 1% at $141.76 — capping a weeklong tumble that has shrunk the “cheap chic” discount retailer’s value to $65.3 billion.


That amounts to a 12% drop that has shaved a whopping $9 billion off the company’s market capitalization.

We here at CHQ don’t condone the sort of behavior pictured above, although we do understand the outrage, so we urge CHQ readers and friends to join the Eagle Forum, the organization founded by the late conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly, boycott Target campaign.


With just a few clicks, you can send this message to Target’s top executives, as well as urge two of their major partners – Chip and Joanna Gaines of Magnolia Home – to take action.


Please take just 60 seconds to make your voice heard with these three HIGH IMPACT actions!


1) SIGN THE PETITION calling on Chip & Joanna Gaines to use their voice within Target to help restore sanity to our local Target stores.


2) EMAIL TARGET EXECUTIVES and tell them to stop trying to normalize transgenderism with our children.


3) TWEET to Chip & Joanna Gaines to tell them that you stand with them and need their help to change Target executives' minds.


Together, we can stop Target from targeting our kids!



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