Goya Foods Sales Take Off After Liberal Boycott

Goya Foods CEO Bob Unanue said on Friday he is not surrendering to a boycott over his stop by at the White House.

“We’re all truly blessed at the same time to have a leader like President Trump, who is a builder,” said Unanue, who’s of Latin descent, at the White House event.

“We were part of a commission called the White House Hispanic Prosperity Initiative and they called on us to be there to see how we could help opportunities within the economic and educational realm for prosperity among Hispanics and among the United States,” Unanue told the media.

Behind Mexico, the United States is the second-largest Hispanic country in the world behind Mexico.

Liberal Hispanic-hating politicians and airhead Hollywood celebrities are boycotting Goya, the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the country due to the CEO’s praise of the president.

But the American public is doing the contrary and everywhere, New York to California, Goya products and services are flying off shelves as consumers who have perhaps not previously purchased Goya products and services are this now to get the CEO and President Trump.

On Saturday afternoon at a Giant grocery store in Severna Park, Maryland, a quiet DC suburban community that is not exactly a hotbed of Latin culture or residence, Goya products were quickly disappearing, as shoppers prepared to make meals with such Hispanic staples as Mojo marinade and classic Latin spices such as coriander and annatto.

Goya has also been a leader in philanthropy, donating countless pounds of products to food kitchens and homeless shelters across the nation.

At the event under consideration, Trump hosted Hispanic leaders at the White House on Thursday and signed an executive order on the White House Hispanic Prosperity Initiative to use more taxpayer support for private and charter schools and “improve access by Hispanic Americans to education and economic opportunities.”

Self-hating Hispanics Rep. Alexandria-Ocasio Cortez (D-NY) and failed former Democrat presidential candidate Julian Castro of Texas pathetically tried to curry favor with Anglo-Saxon liberals by bowing and scraping ahead of the altar of political correctness.

To no avail, as their cowardice and Quisling behavior only cemented their image as craven sellouts of the culture practiced by people of their particular heritage. Though one must admit, as both are of Puerto Rican and Mexican heritage respectively, a savory Cuban and/or South American meal may be beyond their culinary ken.

In alliance with the Uncle Tacos, a number of comically stupid superstars took aim at Goya on social media marketing with hashtags like #BoycottGoya and #GOYAWAY. Many urged people who use Goya products and services to start buying foods made by the company’s competitors. As reported early in the day, Americans are doing the opposite, which will show the respect most Americans have for the counsel of the Hollywood crowd.

Goya CEO Unanue called the pushback a “suppression of speech.” Unanue said he was previously invited to the White House for a conference hosted by the Obama administration for Hispanic Heritage Month.

“So, you’re allowed to talk good or to praise one president, but you’re not allowed to aid in economic and educational prosperity? And you make a positive comment and all of a sudden, it is not acceptable,” Unanue said.

He said he is perhaps not apologizing for his remarks supporting Trump’s economic policy and wouldn’t normally turn down other future invitations. Why would he? The Trump invitation and subsequent liberal boycott has made his company lots of money.

This piece was published by David Kamioner on July 11, 2020. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used by permission.

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