E. Jean Carroll’s book accusing President Donald Trump of rape has sold almost no copies, despite major coverage while a book critical of the Justice Brett Kavanaugh proceedings is the top seller on Amazon with no such treatment.
Carroll’s book, “What Do We Need Men For?” is ranked #3421 on Amazon. It sold only 1,900 copies in its first week, according to BookScan data.
By comparison, “Justice on Trial” is the #1 book on Amazon, selling 4,500 pre-orders on Amazon before it was even released July 9, the book’s publisher, Regnery, told the Daily Caller News Foundation. The book by Mollie Hemingway and Carrie Severino documents the rush to judgment and flawed narrative surrounding Christine Blasey Ford, who accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of an attempted sexual assault.
I recommend everyone write Disney CEO, Bob Iger, and tell him just what you think of his boycott… His address is at the bottom of the article.
The Walt Disney Company is considering boycotting Georgia over its new abortion law, even as Disney profits from doing business in China, a notorious human rights violator that is putting Muslims in internment camps.
Disney CEO Bob Iger told Reuters on Thursday the company is likely to cease filming in Georgia if the pro-life law takes effect.
In the end, our 50 states are 50 sovereign states bound together under the US Constitution. The citizens of a state have a right to vote for laws they want for their state. While businesses have the right to do anything they wish with their money, it’s completely unethical to indiscriminately harm people, many of which may not support that law, just to put political pressure on elected officials.
Terrorism is generally defined as harming a civilian population in order to create political pressure on the leaders of those civilians, so while some might argue the point, there’s a strong case to be made that Bob Iger and the rest of Hollywood is engaged in economic terrorism.
But I think this will backfire, because not only does it indiscriminately harm people, but it gives those people the business intended to harm the resolve to continue on.
Write Disney and send it to the address below. We really need to let Bob Iger know what we think of his boycott of Georgia.
Robert A. Iger
Chief Executive Officer
The Walt Disney Company
500 South Buena Vista Street
Burbank, CA 91521-4873
Americans should run Al Jazeera out of town.
The Qatar-funded Al Jazeera news network published a video questioning the Holocaust and implying that Jews have benefited from it.Then, when Western media caught them and published translations, Twitter agreed to censor the westerners’ translated versions, invoking Al Jazeera’s copyright.