Since Parkland, 20 corporations have severed their ties to the NRA. BUT, @Amazon, @Apple, and @FedEx have not. This Thursday, join us in a nationwide, 24-hour #March1NRABoycott of all three. Don’t shop, don’t stream, don’t ship.
Roku has already said they won’t drop the NRA TV app, saying in a statement published by The Hollywood Reporter, “While the vast majority of all streaming on our platform is mainstream entertainment, voices on all sides of an issue or cause are free to operate a channel. We do not curate or censor based on viewpoint.”
Meanwhile, a growing number of major companies have announced they’re cutting ties with the NRA, including both Delta Air Lines and United Airlines as well as car rental companies Avis and Hertz.
And, on Wednesday morning, Dick’s Sporting Goods announced it would stop selling assault-style rifles and would not sell any firearms to people under the age of 21. The major sporting goods chain discovered it had previously sold a gun to the Parkland shooter but not the gun used in the school shooting.