CarMax Cuts a Fat Check to Anti-Gun Groups
National Philanthropy Day was celebrated on Friday, November 15.
This invented holiday is now a day of celebration for corporations to show off their woke credentials.
Cam Edwards of Bearing Arms reported that the used car company CarMax cut a fat check to a couple of Bloomberg-bankrolled gun control organizations.
An article from Patch detailed CarMax’s woke virtue signaling:
Each customer who buys a car from CarMax may choose from a selection of personalized stickers to display on their vehicle in place of the traditional CarMax sticker. Sticker options highlight the company’s support for nonprofit partners in Chicago, Las Vegas, and Phoenix that are involved in the following causes: animal welfare, arts and culture, city engagement, education, food security, LGBTQIA+, outdoor conservation, safe communities, veterans and military families, and youth sports and play.
The article then revealed CarMax’s donations to some of the most notorious anti-gun groups in the nation:
In addition to local nonprofit partners, CarMax is also supporting national nonprofits KaBOOM!, dedicated to creating more equitable play spaces for all kids, and The Mission Continues, empowering veterans to continue their service, and empowering communities with veteran talent, skills and preparedness to generate visible impact. CarMax is also donating to Everytown for Gun Safety in support of its program Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, an organization committed to fighting for public safety measures that can protect people from gun violence.
However, in the Trump era, gun control activists have pivoted to corporate boardrooms to spread their anti-gun causes.
Gun owners must be well aware of where they shop at and champion businesses that actually defend the Second Amendment, or at the very least, do business with companies that stay out of politics altogether
Corporations increasingly embracing PC culture is a telltale sign of how politics is dominating far too many parts of our society.