Thursday, July 23, 2020

SHOW-ME SNEAKER WAR STARTED BY MISSOURI SENATOR JOSH HAWLEY!!!

Last year the junior senator called Nike anti-American for their labor practices in the shadow of social justice branding . . . This time around he's getting more serious with legislation targeting the biggest sporting brands in the world. Read more:

Missouri Senator Introduces Bill Aimed at Tackling Forced Labor & Calls Out Athletic Brands

Click here to read the full article. Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri has introduced a new bill aimed at tackling forced labor - and he's specifically calling out Adidas, Nike and Puma. On Monday, Sen. Hawley introduced The Slave-Free Business Certification Act, a bill he says will hold American corporations accountable for their supply chains.

7 comments:

Byron Funkhouser said...

Love this guy! Stirs the shit! Hope Air Clair stays mute.

Anonymous said...

So I guess Nike wouldn't comp him a pair, right?
Bitter, petty, vindictive little snot.

Anonymous said...

Used to be many show factories in Missouri.

Anonymous said...

Nike and a lot of other U.S. companies are using slave labor in China. That's well-documented. It's all about finding labor for pennies. Ask any management expert and they will tell you to go find the cheapest labor possible. What they won't say is it's fine to use ethnic slave labor, which is what the Chinese are doing. Hawley is being honest and accurate about it, but Nike, the NBA and others don't want to hear it because it means they don't get to rack in millions of dollars in savings by using this kind of labor.

Anonymous said...

LOL a Lafayette county denizen introduces a bill against slavery. A county where here is a state funded confederate memorial and park.


Hong Kong Hawley can’t keep his attention on Missouri. Why not? Bc it bores him and he understands it not.

Anonymous said...

What a embarrassing dumb cunt.

Anonymous said...

11:13. So, a memorial to a long dead confederate is more offensive to you than actual, modern slavery in practice? How screwed up does one have to be to have values like that?