Target’s Sick Betrayal: Retailer Backs Anti-Mount Rushmore Agenda!

Target Stock Stumbles, Its Support for Controversial Group Uncovered
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Dramatically spiraling downwards, retail giant Target finds itself embroiled in a scandalous controversy, shedding light on its questionable affiliations. Not only has it seen another unsettling downgrade in the stock market, but its association with a group called the NDN Collective has raised many eyebrows. This organization, quite shockingly, openly battles against American symbol Mount Rushmore, branding it a “white supremacy” emblem. It’s deeply disconcerting to see Target, a trusted American retailer, linked to such unsettling ideologies. This brings into question the motives of the corporation, with the American public demanding answers.

In the wake of another devastating stock plummet, Target’s value on the market continues to wane. Once positioned at 131.23, Target’s stocks have nosedived to a dismal 130.20, with the company recording its longest losing streak in over two decades.

To further exacerbate their predicament, Target received another downgrade from KeyBanc Capital Markets, which cut the retailer’s shares from “overweight” to “sector weight”. This cut was spurred by the forthcoming resumption of student loan payments. This provision, part of Congress’ debt ceiling agreement, poses a considerable obstacle for discretionary spending by Target’s shoppers, a group that is largely younger and college-educated.

This setback follows hot on the heels of a similar downgrade from JP Morgan, which highlighted recent company controversies and warned that the share loss could escalate. Such repeated downgrades and controversies paint a concerning picture for Target. Moreover, they have opened the company up to scrutiny, and this has led to the uncovering of its disconcerting affiliations.

In a disturbing revelation, it has been unveiled that Target, through its nonprofit foundation, is funding the NDN Collective.

The NDN Collective has been actively fighting against Mount Rushmore, labeling it an embodiment of “white supremacy.” The organization’s campaign, “LANDBACK”, advocates for America to relinquish its public land. NDN asserts that the land on which Mount Rushmore is situated, in the sacred Black Hills of South Dakota, should be returned to indigenous hands as it represents white supremacy and colonization.

The NDN Collective holds a dim view of the U.S. military, accusing it of land theft from communities globally and enforcing dominance domestically and internationally through violence. The organization also claims that the U.S. military’s roots are embedded in settler militias whose main goal was to claim land by eliminating native populations and capturing runaway African slaves.

When asked about supporting an organization with such radical views while simultaneously claiming to support veterans, Target offered no immediate response. This revelation follows our earlier report on Target’s support for organizations that would prefer to keep parents uninformed about their children’s gender treatments at school.

It’s imperative to note that, even though Target did not take a further plunge when the market opened on Monday, more losses could be on the horizon as JP Morgan analysts predict.

In conclusion, Target’s actions raise a significant question about corporate responsibility. As a major retailer, it’s critical that Target considers the wider implications of its affiliations. The decision to support a group with such radical views on Mount Rushmore and American history is a slap in the face to many loyal customers. It’s a clear violation of trust and an affront to the American values that the corporation purports to uphold. If Target wishes to restore its credibility and regain its lost market value, it must reevaluate its affiliations and priorities in a way that aligns with mainstream American ideals.

Gary Franchi

Gary Franchi

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