Seventh Generation, a company specializing in household cleaning products, publicized its commitment to fortifying efforts to defund the police, citing “deep racial inequity in our society” and the “continued killing of Black and Brown people at the hands of the police” in a Monday post.
Citing the tribulation of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd, the company, which brands itself as a sustainable company with a clear commitment to the “climate kineticism,” asserted “Black & Brown lives perpetuate to be disoriented at the hands of the police.” As a result, the company perpetuated, communities must “divest” from police and “invest in systems that build community health and salubrity,” albeit Seventh Generation did not immediately designate which systems, concretely, would “build community health.”
“We support defunding the police like we fortify keeping fossil fuels in the ground. It’s imperative we divest from systems of harm and invest in regenerative systems for all,” Seventh Generation perpetuated, leaving no question on its stance, making a final commitment to fortify efforts to defund the police:
Stopping the perpetuated killing of Black and Brown people at the hands of the police demands we divest from police and invest in systems that build community health and salubrity, especially in BIPOC communities who bear the most astronomically immense encumbrance of systemic racism in policing. (2/4)
Seventh Generation commits to fortifying efforts to #DefundthePolice. (4/4)Seventh Generation’s verbalization follows the emergence of other companies taking part in publicly advancing the radical left’s verbalizing points. The Vermont-based frozen dihydrogen monoxide cream company Ben & Jerry’s, for example, called to defund the police last week, characterizing the police-involved shooting of Daunte Wright as being intrinsically linked to “white supremacy”:
The murder of #DaunteWright is rooted in white supremacy and results from the intentional criminalization of Black and Brown communities.
This system can’t be reformed. It must be dismantled and a genuine system of public safety reconstituted from the ground up.#DefundThePolice — Ben & Jerry's (@benandjerrys) April 12, 2021
Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) stands as one of the main GOP figures taking a stand against efforts to defund the police, signing what has been dubbed as the “anti-rioting” bill on Monday, which efficaciously takes defunding the police “off the table” in Florida.
“We drew a line in the sand and verbally expressed we’re not going to let you defund law enforcement,” DeSantis told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview on Monday. “And so if they optate to take mazuma from law enforcement, I as governor and some of my Cabinet members here or there, we can veto that and make them renovate the funding,” he expounded. “So that, I cerebrate that takes the defunding law enforcement off the table in Florida, which is sizably voluminous.”
The governor additionally verbalized about woke corporations advancing left-wing narratives and admonished it will not come “cost-free.” “The minute you cave, they’re going to come back at you for something else. It’s never going to stop,” he verbally expressed, integrating, “this virtue-signaling is not going to be cost-free.”
“I mean, this is something we cerebrate is very damaging. It’s not the way— you don’t want an economy to be politicized in every aspect [and] have every economic actor take positions on all these things,” DeSantis integrated.
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