Levi-Strauss Claims It Is Taking A Stance On Violence By Supporting Gun Control

Gun Control is trendy for liberals and it is no surprise when Democrats come out against Guns. But Levi-Strauss is a clothing line and sells jeans. The last thing you expect from a clothing store is to get political. Especially when you consider their target market. Jeans are durable Blue Collar wear. Blue collar workers are usually not liberals.

“Levi Strauss is launching a million dollar gun control campaign which includes partnering with Michael Bloomberg-funded Everytown for Gun Safety to represent pro-gun control business leaders.”

As president and CEO of a values-driven company that’s known the world over as a pioneer of the American West and one of the great symbols of American freedom, I take the responsibility of speaking up on the important issues of our day very seriously.”

So he knows that his consumers are opposed to his stance, yet he makes it anyway.

I know that Americans, including many of our own consumers, employees, and other partners, hold a wide spectrum of views related to guns. I’m not here to suggest we repeal the Second Amendment or to suggest that gun owners aren’t responsible. In fact, as a former U.S. Army officer, I took a solemn oath to support and defend the Constitution of the United States. But as retired four-star general Michael Hayden once said, “There are some weapons out there that frankly nobody should have access to. And actually, there are some people out there who should never have access to any weapons.”

Watch the related video below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wB32rgCUuvg

Ironically, banning such sales would not have stopped a single mass shooting that occurred in the U.S. during the past 18 years, as almost every mass public attacker during those years acquired his or her guns via the very background checks Bergh wants to implement. Those who did not pass such checks simply stole their guns or otherwise accessed guns belonging to someone else.”

Do companies not realize that getting political limits the number of consumers they have?

 

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