Queers Announce New Attacks

(TheLastPatriotNews.com) – LGBT activists are warning that more attacks on corporations like Target are coming as they slam corporate leaders who yield to public pressure and abandon pro-transgender campaigns.

The leftist advocates’ warnings come after last week, retail giant Target removed its transgender products and shifted Gay Pride displays in some stores after public outrage.

Democrat calls for corporations to defy the public were led by California State Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco), a member of the “LGBTQ legislative caucus.”

“We need a strategy on how to deal with corporations that are experiencing enormous pressure to throw LGBTQ people under the bus,” Wiener told AP, as cited by Breitbart News.

“We need to send a clear message to corporate America that if you’re our ally — if you are truly our ally — you need to be our ally, not just when it’s easy but also when it’s hard,” he added.

The report notes that Target is only one of the corporations facing public backlash in the past few weeks for promoting the “woke gender ideology and the LGBTQ agenda.”

“Customers voted with their feet – and their wallets – and simply ignored the Target outlets across the country,” Breitbart stresses.

After the company embraced the gender ideology, the retailer lost $9 billion of its stock market value.

According to Victoria Cobb, head of the conservative, pro-faith nonprofit The Family Foundation of Virginia, public concerns still hover over Target’s Gay Pride displays and their effects on children.

“Target is paying the price for telling kids to be discontent with their bodies, putting ideology ahead of the interests of investors, and creating a hostile store environment for parents with children,” Cobb declared.

Another corporate giant that is wrestling with the fallout from its transgender embrace is Bud Light.

The beer company has faced large-scale backlash after, in April, transgenderist influencer Dylan Mulvaney announced their partnership with an Instagram photo of a beer can featuring his face.

“[Bud Light] never intended to be part of a discussion that divides people,” the corporation claimed.

Its parent, Anheuser-Busch, is tripling its US marketing spending over the summer to try and overcome the widespread boycott.