Just a Little Something You Can Do!

***Update*** Readers alert me to the twitter hashtag #BuyGoya where many prominent American patriots are urging you to load up on Goya foods this week (and beyond).

 

Yesterday at Refugee Resettlement Watch I reported that when Republican and Frightened Rabbit Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma proposed dumping Columbus Day from the federal holiday calendar, there was pushback at home and he quickly backed down.

I told you then that Mark Steyn says we must fight back and not depend on voting in November to show our displeasure at what the Marxists are doing.

She needs a mask, pronto!

Here is a little something you can do (besides preparing to protect your family and community from the mob):

Tell everyone you know to buy a few cans of Goya products this week.

I’m sure you didn’t miss the campaign Rep. Ocasio-Cortez and her ilk have started to destroy Goya foods simply because the company’s CEO praised the President.

Here is the news from Reuters:

Goya chief executive sparks backlash over praise for Trump

(Reuters) – Goya Foods Inc, the largest Hispanic-owned U.S. food company and a popular brand among Latino Americans, became the target of a boycott campaign on social media on Friday sparked by its CEO effusively praising President Donald Trump at the White House.

The hashtags #Goyaway and #BoycottGoya began trending on Twitter after Robert Unanue, chief executive officer of the New Jersey-based company, appeared with Trump on Thursday for the signing of an executive order creating an advisory panel aimed at spurring Hispanic prosperity.

“We’re all truly blessed at the same time to have a leader like President Trump who is a builder, and that’s what my grandfather did,” said Unanue, the third generation of his family to run the business. “We pray for our leadership, our president, and we pray for our country that we will continue to prosper and to grow.”

Remembering that Saul Alinsky instructed his radicals to use ridicule as a weapon (he said it is the best politcal weapon) besides buying some Goya products this week to make up for AOC’s boycott, send this around to get a chuckle from your family and friends. Hat tip: Cathy.

 

Go out now and get your Goya!

12 thoughts on “Just a Little Something You Can Do!

  1. So glad you posted this! I had already determined to buy Goya. I’m not on Facebook or Twitter so I can’t wield any influence that way. But I did go to Winn-Dixie this morning and buy $30 worth of Goya products. I passed on the ones that had ingredients that I couldn’t read. A few too many sulfites for my taste. I forgot to check the freezer aisle but I’m sure that they have some frozen products, too. I’ll head back later.

    1. I haven’t bothered getting on facebook and twitter lately (not sure if anyone wields influence, just talking to each other), so don’t know what is happening there on the Goya issue. But, this is one little thing we could do now to send a message. If anyone sees any news about how Goya is doing after the ‘boycott’ let me know.

      1. Oh, Ann, I think you’ll be greatly encouraged to see #BuyGoya On Twitter. I don’t have a Twitter account but you can still see all the posts. James Woods’ is the top post and it’s good! Not to mention Ted Cruz, Mario Rubio, and many thousands of others.

        1. I just had a look at #BuyGoya! Everyone is having fun. Hope there is some on the shelves when I get to the store!

    1. Yes, surely there are a lot of people already jumping on this idea before I did (or there better be!).

  2. Hi Ann
    Yesterday I bought some Goya can beans, discovered they even sell organic garbanzo beans now! Go Goya!

  3. Most assuredly, I will buy Goya products, I will write the company to let them know
    how much I enjoy their products. America, it’s high time we stand up and be
    counted, the left will win if we don’t. I fear we’ve become too complacent.
    Ann, you are a God send.
    Sincerely,
    Linda Dian Myers

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