By Rondell Pettus
The National White Alliance, a white nationalist group, has called for a boycott of P&G goods. The group is incensed that the company has replaced its spokesperson, a white animated character, with Mike Jackson, a black Atlanta native.
According to Blavity, the new Mr. Clean will serve as brand ambassador at the Super Bowl.
But the National White Alliance sees something more sinister at work.
“This is another example of the global-elite corporations pushing white genocide,” said Brian Blanc, president of the National White Alliance. “The Alliance is calling for a boycott of all P&G products.”
Blanc also complained that white people were being systematically eliminated from the face of America.
“What with ‘Hamilton,’ and calls for James Bond to be black, it’s almost impossible for a white actor to make it in Hollywood these days,” said Blanc. “I had hoped that voting for Trump was going to stop this trend.”
Trump supporters also tried to boycott Starbucks after CEO Howard Schultz committed to hire 10,000 refugees. According to the Huffington Post, the Starbucks boycott backfired spectacularly. Liberals took over the #boycottstarbucks hashtag and used it to mock Trump’s supporters and racism.