Fox Panel: Companies Should Stay out of Politics, Boycotts Don’t Usually Work

‘You know, you’re supposed to take care of the people you are out there for’

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McGURN: "Look, boycotts are hard, they don’t usually work. If you read 'Rules for Radicals' by Saul Alinsky, he talked about trying to narrow the focus onto one topic and maybe one store because it’s very hard to sustain. You know, if these companies pay a price for it, I’m not going to worry about it. But I don’t think that’s the path to a better future, the boycotts. We’ve had boycotts on Disney before and so forth. What’s really happening with the CEOs is they are afraid. They are afraid that if they don't back the woke agenda, they'll be targeted."

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