Are CEO’s trying to run the elections?
Definition of a chief executive officer – the highest-ranking person in a company or other institution, ultimately responsible for making managerial decisions for that company. He does not make decisions for the stockholders who pay his salary. The CEOs are now fighting their customers and their stock holders. They think they own the stock holders and not in reverse. They are getting too big for their britches. These corporations are working against the citizen stock holders and with the Democrats and helped put Biden into office to help create this ONE WORLD ORDER.
It is time for the stock holders to stand up and let them know we are not happy with them. I plan to stop buying cokes and switch to some other soft drink and stop buying products from the others.
All we want are FAIR AND HONEST ELECTIONS – not the type of 2020 election which was stolen.
It is time to show them where their money comes from – which is from the citizens who buy their stock and their goods.
These CEOs need to SHUT UP AND DO THEIR JOB BY RUNNING THEIR COMPANY not their mouths.
All the CEOs that have spoken out against Georgia’s new voting restrictions
April 2, 2021, 8:31 AM
Over 100 companies including Twitter, Zillow and Uber issued a joint statement through Civic Alliance Friday, joining a slew of major corporate players who have expressed concern about Georgia’s law curbing voting access.
Why it matters: States often take cues from how hard businesses push back. But many of these corporations, several of which are based in Georgia, could have spoken up earlier when the law was being considered or before the governor signed.
Were those 100 companies a part of the ‘BIG STEAL IN 2020?”
That is the type of elections they like which do not follow the Constitution.