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Seven Companies Have Gone PC and Dropped the NRA

So far, seven companies have shown their true colors and caved to politically correct pressure from CNN and their fellow travelers.

Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Best Western, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, Symantec, Metlife, and First National Bank of Omaha have all announced they’ve ended their partnerships with the NRA.

It’s much ado about nothing because most of those partnerships amount to small discounts for NRA members.

But the PR hit is what they’re after, which confirms they’re merely selling out to appease the media in hopes of avoiding a boycott.

So we’ll be flying Southwest or American and staying in Hilton or Marriott hotels while driving Hertz or Alamo rentals in the future.

Here’s more from Breitbart…

Seven companies caved to anti-NRA pressure this week and cut ties with the organization, ending discounts for the NRA’s five million members.

First National Bank of Omaha, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Symantec, Metlife, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, and Best Western severed ties following the launch of a PR campaign which made the NRA its focal point following the February 14 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting.

Ironically, the PR campaign targeted the NRA even though the NRA is one of the few entities talking specifics about school safety and promoting grants to economically challenged schools to be sure they get the same quality of safety that wealthier schools enjoy.

On February 22, First National Bank of Omaha tweeted it was ending its partnership with the NRA.

The next day, February 23, Symantec, a cyber-security company, and Metlife both announced they were terminating their relationship with the NRA.

On February 24 ABC News reported that Delta Airlines, United, and Best Western were breaking with the NRA, too.

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