A List of Companies that Have Donated Millions to Terror Group Black Lives Matter


Hundreds of corporations have buckled under and donated millions in ransom cash to the domestic terror group known as Black Lives Matter and following is a list of some of them.

The list was compiled by Daily Caller and they have all the links to the companies and their declarations of support and donations to the terror outfit, but here I will just list them for you to see.

These companies need to be called out for their anti-American actions.

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So, here are the companies so you know who to stop patronizing (in no particular order):

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Microsoft (computer software)

Intel (computer chip maker

Airbnb (inns and hotels)

H&M (clothing)

Clif Bar (organic foods)

Cisco (technology)

Ritz Crackers (food)

Degree (deodorant)

DoorDash (food delivery)

Slack (computer communications)

Vans (shoes)

The Wing (women’s working space provider)

Pokémon Company (video gaming)

Bravado (clothing)

Dropbox (Internet communications)

Spanx (clothing)

Biossance (women’s beauty)

Square Enix (video gaming)

If you want all the citations, click to Daily Caller and you will find the links.

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