US Congress pressures corporations to drop sponsorship from Beijing Olympics

China 07/29/21, 22:40

A bipartisan panel in the U.S. Congress is pressing corporations to pull off their sponsorship of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics over the country’s human rights scandals unless the event is moved somewhere else.  Members of the Congressional-Executive Commission on China on Tuesday, July 27 alleged that if corporations continue to ...

North Carolina county cancels Coca-Cola machines over company’s left-wing politics

U.S. 06/04/21, 18:56

In response to Coca-Cola's condemnation of Georgia's new voting law, a North Carolina county voted to ban Coca-Cola selling from vending machines in county buildings. Surry County commissioners are banning Coca-Cola machines in their office buildings. "Yes, we are trying to cancel Coca-Cola," said commissioner Eddie Harris. “To use their tactics against ...

One third of Americans may not buy Coca-Cola: poll shows

U.S. 04/23/21, 23:24

A new poll conducted by Rasmussen reveals that the soft drink giant Coca-Cola is now subjected to serious consequences for its decision to contribute some voice over Georgia's political feud. When Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp enacted the Election Integrity Act, Senator Bill 202, around the end of March, companies at first ...

Coca-Cola now wants to find ‘common ground’ after opposing Georgia election bill

U.S. 04/19/21, 04:26

Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey claims that it is now a moment to seek "common ground" after firmly opposing the Georgia election reform bill. According to The Washington Examiner, Coca-Cola, whose CEO previously criticized Georgia's new voting law, is now taking a more positive tone after pressure from Republicans. The Atlanta-based soda company was ...

8 Georgia lawmakers remove Coca-Cola from their offices for its cancel culture

U.S. 04/05/21, 16:54

Eight Republican state legislators from Georgia have decided to cancel Coca-Cola products at their offices, citing its 'cancel culture' after its CEO criticized Georgia's new election law. These lawmakers signed a letter on Saturday, April 3, denouncing the Atlanta-based beverage giant for misleading the Georgia citizens and deepening a divide in ...

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