Anti-firearms boycotts are coming to Canada, inspiring left-wing busybodies to boycott water bottles and ski helmets, and the first company they’ve targeted is Mountain Equipment Co-op.
A Change.org petition has been launched asking Canadian company Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC) to stop the sale of all Vista Outdoor Brands.
Vista owns Camelbak, Giro, Bollé, Camp Chef, and Jimmy Styks. Oh, and Savage Arms and Bushnell, which are the two that are making lefties light their hair on fire.
The petition reads:
“given the recent massacre of high school students in Parkland Florida, MEC is facing an urgent ethical obligation to act in accordance with its missions and values and immediately stop selling brands owned by Vista Outdoor, a company whose profits are derived from the production of assault weapons capable of mass murder”
MEC will probably cave to the left wing hysteria and alienate customers that love hunting.
Based on their cozy relationships with other far left wing causes, like the radical environmental movement, it won’t take much to push MEC in that direction.
MEC is a social justice outdoor retailer, which is their prerogative, but that choice will be very bad for business.
Watch my video to see why outdoor retailers who chase firearm enthusiasts out of their stores are doing it at great financial peril.