On Thursday, journalist Greg Price tweeted an alarming screenshot from a memo he alleges was released by supermarket giant 'Target.' The memo ridiculously connects LGBTQ issues with the death of George Floyd, ultimately amounting to a celebration of all things woke.
"I have obtained the internal email that [Target] sent to their employees following the Pride month disaster that has caused them to lose $9B in one week, where is goes from standing with the "LGBTQIA+ community" to the anniversary of George Floyd lmfao," Price tweeted.
BREAKING: I have obtained the internal email that @Target sent to their employees following the Pride month disaster that has caused them to lose $9B in one week, where is goes from standing with the "LGBTQIA+ community" to the anniversary of George Floyd lmfao. pic.twitter.com/GQVgrdmHDv— Greg Price (@greg_price11) May 25, 2023
The memo read, "Yesterday was a very hard day for Target, and as CEO Brian Cornell said, thank you for the care you have shown each other, our frontline teams, and the LGBTQIA+ community."
The memo references a recent Target marketing campaign, in which they pushed LGBTQ-themed clothing to minors, as the DC Enquirer previously reported. This campaign led to a nearly $9 billion loss on the stock market, as customers all over America reject wokeness.
"Target joins the growing list of companies shoving the LGBTQ agenda down consumers' throats, launching its new ‘Pride’ collection for the coming Pride Month in June. The collection features products for children and babies, in case it wasn’t clear how deep the indoctrination runs," the DC Enquirer reported. "The most disgusting of the products, however, are the children and baby lines. Some shirts read 'Just Be You And Feel The Love' intended for kids. The collection also features socks with the pride flag on them for children aged between 2-6, which they call ‘Happy Socks.’"
Then the memo decides to turn to the death of George Floyd. George Floyd's death generated significant controversy during the summer of 2020, as the Marxist organization 'Black Lives Matter' capitalized on the situation to start riots all across the United States. These riots, coupled with COVID and general societal unrest, created a tense environment for the 2020 presidential election.
"Today brings more reflection, pain, and the need for continued care as our team, hometown, and world remember the anniversary of the murder of George Floyd," the memo concluded, directing employees to tools to 'help themselves' and their co-workers if they experienced distress.