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Left’s Attempt to Boycott Pepsi over GOP Support Already Failing Badly

'Apparently, they made a corporate donation to someone who has the wrong opinion... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USAPepsi has been named in a report of top corporate donors to politicians and political committees that helped support Texas’s heartbeat law through numerous legal and political challenges.

Leftists have already called for a boycott of the company, which has since backfired, Newsweek reported.

This reveal was made by Popular Information, a newsletter that breaks down and details which companies donate to politicians backing particular causes. They found that Pepsi donated $15,000 to the Texas GOP after the heartbeat bill was signed into law.

The report shows that Pepsi continued to donate to the Texas GOP even after the bill was enacted.

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Despite companies such as AT&T donating several thousands of dollars more than Pepsi, Pepsi has become the target of a Twitter hashtag campaign calling those who support killing babies in utero to #BoycottPepsi.

Since the hashtag started trending, the soda company has come up against accusations of being an anti-woman company, even though the heartbeat bill has already saved the lives of hundreds of women.

Despite the best efforts of the leftists, this boycott has gone the way of other brands like Chick-fil-A, In-N-Out Burger, Goya and My Pillow.

All became targets of leftist boycotts due to their pro-Christian and pro-conservative values. However, the publicity surrounding the boycotts led to considerable backlash and conservative counter-boycotts, sometimes referred to as buycotts.

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Ironically, PepsiCo—which also owns a multitude of brands including Frito-Lay and Quaker Foods—has not always been on the side of conservatives.

The North Carolina-based company, well known for its own share of virtue-signaling to woke causes, rebranded iconic mascotts such as Aunt Jemima to placate cancel-culture demands.

Pepsi may have seen its opportunity last summer after chief rival Coca-Cola stepped into the fray by calling on Georgia to change its newly passed election-integrity law.

The resulting outrage left conservative customers scrambling for an alternative, but uneasy with either of the two industry leaders.

Pro-lifers are gaining traction on Twitter defending Pepsi’s decision to donate:

Pepsi has not made a statement on the attempted boycott.

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