We’ve previously reported about liberals launching a boycott against Ivanka Trump’s clothing brand, in an attempt to get retail outlets to drop it.
Unfortunately, it looks like they’ve started to execute their plan, as both Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus had announced that they would no longer be selling Ivanka Trump’s clothing line. Now, yet another store is joining them, bickled under the liberal’s pressure.
As Truth Monitor reports, the department store Belk just became the latest retail outlet to drop Ivanka’s line. They’ve removed her clothing and accessories from the Charlotte, North Carolina-based store’s website over the weekend.
Over 300 Belk stores in 16 states previously carried numerous pieces of Ivanka’s line, but the liberals who are calling on all retailers to drop Ivanka’s line as a way of protesting Donald Trump seem to have gotten a hold of them.
There hasn’t been an official commentary from Belk yet on dropping Ivanka’s brand from their stores.
Nordstrom Inc., an American chain of luxury department stores headquartered in Seattle, Washington, was probably the first company to start this ‘rebellion’, as their executives sent a letter to their employees condemning President Trump’s immigration ban. The letter went out just two days before they officially dropped Ivanka’s line.
“We literally have thousands of employees who are first and second generation immigrants. Every one of your unique qualities brings a richness that allows us to better reflect and serve the multi-cultured communities we’re a part of and ultimately makes us a better company,” the email read. “We are a better place with you here, no doubt about it.”
“It’s important that we reiterate our values to all of you and make it clear that we support each of our employees,” the letter continued. “We will continue to value diversity, inclusion, respect, and you can count on that.”
Each store that has dropped Ivanka Trump’s line claims to have done so due to declining sales, but it’s clear that the liberal threats and propaganda have ‘poisoned’ this business branch.