The Kentucky Plan | Boycott

“Patriotism is as much a virtue as justice, and is necessary for the support of societies as natural affection is for the support of families.” ~Benjamin Rush

Washington (Gallant Gold Media Hill Report) – If McConnell is the obstacle causing so much pain and suffering, what’s the solution?

The traditional US negotiating tactic, dating back to pre-independence America and the Boston Tea Party, is that of boycotting products directly related to the subject being negotiated. We’ve seen this play out successfully in modern politics as well. For example, a large number of companies pulled ads connected to the NRA immediately following the tragic Parkland slaughter of 17 students on February 14, 2018. So effective was this boycott campaign, that the NRA is now on the verge of bankruptcy.

With that in mind, in an effort to block Senate Majority Leader’s aggressive efforts to advance Trump’s anti-American/pro-Russia agenda, despite McConnell’s sworn oath to protect the Constitution of the United States of America, it’s now time to flex our muscles in preserving our American principles and the institutions we hold sacred, the two pillars that are essential to the survival of our democracy.

The following is a short list of the top consumer product corporations headquartered in Kentucky, and are thus the top candidates for an effective boycott campaign.

  • Yum! Brands | $5.88 Billion in 2017, down from $13.08 Billion in 2013
    • Kentucky Fried Chicken
    • Pizza Hut
    • Taco Bell
  • Texas Road House | $2.22 Billion, 2017
  • Papa John’s Pizza | $1.78 Billion, 2017
  • Churchill Downs | $882.6 million, 2017

All five food chains are in every state in America. We can do this!
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