CAIR is innocuously named, but closely linked to Islamist terror organization Hamas. If you ask about it on Best Buy’s Facebook page, here is the canned statement you get:
Best Buy’s customers and employees around the world represent a variety of faiths and denominations, and we respect our employees’ efforts to constructively promote diversity and education in their communities. Over the past two years, our Inter-Faith Employee Business Network, a group of employees focused on promoting diversity and inclusion at Best Buy, has supported CAIR-Minnesota with $1,450 in total contributions to support an annual banquet.”
This is not “inclusion.” It’s “terrorism.”
A retail landscape increasingly hostile to the Best Buys of the world is, apparently, just not challenging enough all by itself. So incredibly, they’re trying to stop the bleeding with a straight razor.
Best Buy, this isn’t hard to understand, but I’ll say it plainly: support of CAIR is incompatible with ever seeing another dollar of mine. Any freedom-loving person who spends 60 seconds and as many IQ points looking into CAIR is going to come up with a remarkably similar conclusion.
How many of those are there, do you reckon?