Traditional corporate America has taken a left turn.

Democratic officials have their hands as CEO’s and business partners in stocks and corporations, and the political influence has been affecting the average consumer.

Although not all corporations support leftist values, the general trend is more fall to the left and Democratic manipulations.

Chick Fil A is one major corporation, however, that holds traditionally conservative values.

Kellogg’s has recently rescinded their ad campaigns with the conservative news organization, Breitbart, stating that their viewpoints do not align, without further explanation.

Breitbart News reports:

Kellogg’s decision was spurred by efforts from left-wing pressure groups, who unleashed a social media campaign to pull companies away from advertising on Breitbart by accusing the news network of racism and antisemitism.

Though the loss barely affected Breitbart’s revenue, the news organization issued a petition to boycott the company and their many products.

Conservative readers banned together, and the petition gained over 250,000 signatures in just under 48 hours.

Kellogg’s issued a simple statement that left Breitbart with little answers to the loss of ads, other than leftist criticisms.

Breitbart News reports:

“We regularly work with our media-buying partners to ensure our ads do not appear on sites that aren’t aligned with our values as a company,” said Kellogg’s Kris Charles, who failed to mention exactly how Breitbart failed to “aligned” with Kellogg’s values. “We recently reviewed the list of sites where our ads can be placed and decided to discontinue advertising on We are working to remove ads from that site.”

The left has long since had their hands in corporate America, including bribing politicians and asserting leftist values to the mainstream populace.

Corporate ad campaigns are out of touch with the average American, asserting that all Americans are part of the elitist left.

Breitbart News reports:

For instance, here’s a revealing November 21 headline in The Wall Street Journal: “Advertisers Search for Middle America: Trump’s win spurs concerns that ad agencies are out of touch with consumers.” As the Journal explained, well-off ad men and ad women had been making the narcissistic mistake of believing that all their customers were like them, or wanted to be like them: “Too much advertising falsely assumes that all U.S. consumers desire to be like coastal elites.” And so to fix that problem, the smarter ad companies are now seeking to spread outside their bicoastal enclaves, so that they can stay in better touch with their customers.

The Kellogg’s company once supported charity organizations that would help children and those in need: however, the company today focuses on promoting leftist values.

Breitbart News reports:

In recent years, however, the focus of the Foundation has drifted away from just helping children toward promoting left-wing political issues.

Examples of such funding include a direct grant to George Soros’s Open Society Institute, which received $200,000 from the Foundation to “eliminate racial inequities in the juvenile justice system and promote racial healing through community-based conferences, policy changes, and communication strategies.”

Corporations such as Kellogg’s, who now impose their values on Americans, is yet another force adding to the divisiveness in America recently.

Conservative values are under attack as more public companies are bought out by Democratic elitists who discriminate against rightist views.

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