The woke mob and conservatives alike are sharpening their pitchforks after Target made this stunning announcement about Pride Month

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Pride month is right around the corner and with it comes all sorts of over-the-top woke virtue signaling from major corporations.

But working class Americans are sick and tired of corporations using the profits they give them to force Democrats’ woke agenda on the nation.

And now the woke mob and conservatives alike are sharpening their pitchforks after Target made this stunning announcement about Pride Month.

Pride Month 2023 put woke corporations in check

Pride Month began under Democrat President Bill Clinton in 1998, and has since morphed into woke corporations’ month-long, woke virtue signaling extravaganza.

In recent years, common-sense has begun kicking in as working class Americans realize that Pride Month is nothing more than a woke extremist scheme to target children.

And last year, Americans proved that they won’t stand by and watch it happen.

Two months prior to last year’s Pride Month, Bud Light announced a partnership with controversial woke extremist, Dylan Mulvaney.

The partnership resulted in a nationwide boycott that is still being felt this spring.

According to USA Today, “AB InBev, which owns Budweiser and Bud Light, said overall global sales topped $14.5 billion, but sales in the U.S. declined 9.1% during the Jan.-March 2024 period.”

Target makes abrupt U-turn ahead of Pride month

Target was another brand that experienced a boycott last Pride Month after it displayed “tuck friendly” bathing suits for children alongside their standard Pride Month gear.

The company was forced to address concerns, and proceeded to claim that they were only doing so because some of their stores supposedly “experienced threats,” though none were ever actually proven – after all, woke extremists have a history of faking supposed “threats” to discredit and demonize those with whom they disagree.

Target decided to move the Pride Month promotional items to the back of the stores.

“Given these volatile circumstances, we are making adjustments to our plans, including removing items that have been at the center of the most confrontational behavior,” a spokesperson for Target explained.

But this year, Target is cranking things up a notch or two.

On May 9, Target announced that they would be limiting sales of Pride Month merchandise to online purchases, and “select stores, based on historical sales performance.”

Kelly Robinson, the President of the Human Rights Campaign, expressed disappointment over the decision.

“Pride merchandise means something [and] LGBTQ+ people are in every zip code in this country, and we aren’t going anywhere,” she claimed.

“Make it TOXIC for businesses to push woke crap on kids. . .”

Social media users chimed in on the news with mixed reviews.

“HUGE W! Target will only sell Pride month collections in some stores after backlash in 2023,” wrote one user.

Gays Against Groomers also shared in the excitement for the news.

“SPEAKING OUT WORKS! Keep the pressure on and make it TOXIC for businesses to push woke crap on kids,” the group wrote on X.

But not everyone saw the move as a win.

“Target is NOT discontinuing carrying LGBTQ merchandise,” Liz Wheeler wrote.

“Removing LGTBQ merch from *some* stores is a cynical ploy to get our business while still pushing the trans agenda on kids. No way. Continue this boycott,” she added.

Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk echoed Wheeler’s sentiment, encouraging further boycotts against Target.

“I don’t know about you, but this isn’t good enough,” he said.

Pride Month is still two weeks away and it’s already shaping up to be very interesting.

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.