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Coca-Cola May Just Learn A HARD Lesson

A massive backlash has started, as calls from conservatives to boycott the company are growing. Coca-Cola seems to want to tone down the rhetoric.


If you go woke you go broke!

Coca-Cola now seems like it is trying to tone down it’s crazy woke virtue signaling. It may just be a little too late for the company though.

According to sources conservatives everywhere are just not happy with Coca-Cola spitting in their faces.

I am not too happy with them either. They make soda….not public policy! They need to stick to making quality products and profits for their shareholders.

All companies do. This is the point of a business. If Coke wanted to make social commentary and protest; they should have ended their soda business and started a social activism group.

Why are all these companies doing this? It is definitely not just Coke.

There was a time in America where politics were not discussed at the dinner table and business was business—what happened?

Take a look:  

The Washington Examiner had more on the story: 

Coca-Cola, whose CEO denounced the Georgia voting bill, is now striking a conciliatory tone after coming under pressure from conservatives.

The soda giant, which is based in Atlanta, was absent from a list of more than 500 corporations and individuals that signed a statement condemning any election legislation that would “restrict” voters from having “an equal and fair opportunity to cast a ballot.” The missive was placed as a two-page Wednesday ad in the New York Times and Washington Post, with the effort being organized by the Black Economic Alliance.

Coca-Cola said in a statement to the Washington Examiner on Wednesday that the company “had not seen the letter” initiated by the alliance but is “certainly open to hearing their perspective." It said it has supported the right to vote and that it will assess how to support voting rights.  

“We believe the best way to make progress now is for everyone to come together to listen, respectfully share concerns and collaborate on a path forward. We remain open to productive conversations with advocacy groups and lawmakers who may have differing views," the company said. "It’s time to find common ground. In the end, we all want the same thing – free and fair elections, the cornerstone of our democracy.”

Coca-Cola’s Wednesday remarks are notably less confrontational than its previous statements on the Georgia voting law.

The Hill had this to report on calls to boycott the company: 

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) is calling on Republicans to boycott Coca-Cola after the company stated its disapproval for a new voting law in Georgia.

"If they want to boycott us why don't we boycott them," Paul said during an appearance on Fox News on Tuesday. "This is the only thing that will teach them a lesson. If Coca-Cola wants to only operate in Democrat states and have only Democrats drink them, God love 'em. We'll see how well they do when half the country quits drinking Coca-Cola."

After the controversial bill was passed by Republicans in Georgia late last month, Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey called the measure "unacceptable."


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