The “tolerant” left has proven to be anything but tolerant after President Trump won the election, and now they’re directing their fascist frenzy at the First Daughter, Ivanka Trump.
The far-left activist group “Grab Your Wallet” has been targeting companies that engage in business with the Trumps in an attempt to get them to withdraw from their contracts. Unfortunately, they were successful with Nordstrom, who removed Ivanka’s clothing like from their stores, and now it appears as if at least one other company has been affected by the pressure from the left.
The New York Times is reporting that T.J. Maxx and Marshalls, owned by TJX Companies Inc., has instructed its stores to pull all signage that promotes Ivanka’s brand from their retail stores. Additionally, employees have been instructed to hang Ivanka’s products so that they blend in with other clothing and don’t stick out.
Are they too going to claim this isn’t politically motivated?
More from the Times:
“Effective immediately, please remove all Ivanka Trump merchandise from features and mix into” the racks where most products hang, the note read. “All Ivanka Trump signs should be discarded.”
The instruction was to eliminate special displays for the merchandise, “not to remove it from the sales floor,” said Doreen Thompson, a spokeswoman for the TJX Companies, the retailers’ parent corporation.
“We offer a rapidly changing selection of merchandise for our customers, and brands are featured based on a number of factors,” she said.
The Times reached out for comment as to whether or not this kind of thing is normal for them, but didn’t receive a response. However, one employee did say that in the years she’s worked there, she hasn’t seen the stores do anything like this.
T.J. Maxx and Marshalls join the ranks of Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus in snubbing the younger Trump amidst intense pressure from far-left activists intent on harming her due to her father’s political beliefs. It remains to be seen what, if any, effect such moves will have on the companies that have caved to the pressure; however, one thing is for certain – there’s at least 63 million people who aren’t going to be happy about this, and it’s safe to say that these companies are going to notice it.