“Are we safe?” That is the question Pepsi CEO Indra Nooyi was asked by her employees at Pepsi in response to Donald Trump’s election. They “were all crying,” she claims. “Especially those who are not white,” Nooyi continued, adding a little racism to the fire.
Let me address your racism, Nooyi, and offer you an answer that you can give your whimpering employees. If you have illegal immigrants on the payroll or Muslim terrorists, you can inform those people that they may have just cause for concern. Outside of those, there is no danger at all to “those who are not white.” Donald Trump has stated this explicitly, but you would only know that if you were listening, which I have noticed liberal weenies like you do not do very well. It is amazing how you got to your pampered position while inciting racism.
By the way, if you have illegal aliens on the payroll, you are also in violation of federal law. Just thought I would pass that friendly reminder along as it appears there is an awful lot you DON’T know.
Nooyi is just another pampered and entitled liberal who believes that her way is the only way, and We the People should have no say in our own governance. Only she and the elite progressives can lead us because they are so tolerant and loving and understanding of others, a picture far from the reality of the violent Trump protests during the campaign and continuing today.
Do you think Cubans are fighting for healthcare or freedom from Communism?
Boycott Pepsi products! Let corporate America know that We the People are calling the shots, not them. Boycotting the harmful junk Pepsi is shoving down our throats is the only thing that will get their attention…. PEPSICO products list
As reported by Newsmax, a conservative group, the National Legal and Policy Center, is calling for the resignation of PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi after her “inane and inflammatory statement” after Donald Trump was elected Nov. 8.
“Just as the American people are saying no to the political status quo, it is time to say no to the status quo of left-wing corporatism,” Peter Flaherty’s wrote on NLPC.org’s website.
The NLPC’s call came in response to Nooyi saying at a conference:
“I had to answer a lot of questions from my daughters, from our employees. They were all in mourning. Our employees were all crying. The question that they are asking, especially those who are not white: ‘Are we safe?’ Women are asking ‘Are we safe?’ LGBT people are asking ‘Are we safe?'”
The NLPC called her comments “inappropriate for the CEO of a major corporation.”
Nooyi, 61, grew up in India and became a U.S. citizen after Yale School of Management and the PepsiCo CEO in 2006.
“You would think that her personal story would result in unbounded affection for this country,” the Peter Flaherty’s wrote Wednesday. “The fact that a woman from south Asia could hit the shores of America as a young adult, and by her 51st birthday be heading a company known for one America’s most iconic brands, would seem to undercut her present notion of America as a dark, threatening place. Apparently not.
“It is tempting to call her as an ungrateful immigrant, which she clearly is, but the problem is a deeper one. The Fortune 500 companies are headed by executives, many of whom attended elite liberal universities and came of age during the late 60s and 70s. Many of them are not particularly sympathetic to free enterprise or traditional American values.”
Flaherty added “she’s lived in the bubble of wealth occupied by corporate executives, far removed culturally from the rest of America.”
“She knows that political correctness is an acceptable substitute for real leadership, and that as long as she says the right things and kowtows to the right interest groups, it is unlikely she will ever lose her job.”