Prominent Senator Slam's Corporate Sponsors for Silence on 'Black Christmas'

Sen. Josh Hawley (Fox News Screenshot)
Missouri Republican Sen. Josh Hawley has called out Black Lives Matter's month-long boycott of non-Black-owned businesses for Christmas and labeled BLM's corporate sponsors as "anti-American."

"Black Christmas" urges consumers to purchased only Christmas and holiday good from Black vendors. Amazon, Microsoft, Intel and Airbnb are among the major corporations that have announced donations to the Black Lives Matter movement.

"They are anti-American in so many ways," Hawley told Fox News. "They treat American workers terribly; they treat consumers terribly, they bad-mouth our culture and try to run it down.

The Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation launched a campaign in late November to shop exclusively at Black-owned businesses through the New Year. The campaign seeks to "shake off the chains of consumerism and step fully into our own collective power, to build new traditions and run an offense as well as a defense."

It also calls for people to "move your money from white corporate banks (that finance gentrification, prisons and environmental degradation) to Black-owned ones.

"This kind of nonsense is what you've chosen to make yourself a part of," Hawley told Fox News. "What they (major corporate sponsors) wanted to do is contribute money to BLM [and] say, 'We're woke, you know, we get it; don't come after us.' They want to have this credential from this far-left extremist group.

"And then they want to go right on ahead and keep doing stuff that actually hurts American workers, that actually drives up prices for American consumers, and it hurts the middle class."

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