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(WLT Report) – Earlier in the week, Texas Senator Ted Cruz called out Coca-Cola and some other Fortune 500 companies for supporting Black Lives Matter after the organization’s Chicago chapter posted its support for Palestine.
In the deleted tweet, BLM Chicago posted a picture of a paraglider with the text “I stand with Palestine,” referencing the Hamas terrorists who paraglided into an Israeli music festival and murdered hundreds of civilians.
BLM Chicago joined a growing list of organizations and individuals who have shown anti-Israeli sentiments since the attack on October 7.
From Fox News:
After the October 18 episode of The Verdict with Ted Cruz, Coca-Cola — which owns Sprite — deleted its language on its website the following morning.
“Earlier this month, Sprite announced a $500,000 contribution to the Black Lives Matter Global Network in a social post committing action in the fight for racial justice. On June 28, the brand debuted a new TV commercial during the 2020 BET Awards telecast showcasing Black America’s resilience, excellence, and optimism. The 60-second spot titled ‘Dreams Realized’ emphasizes Sprite’s commitment to making young Black creators’ dreams a reality and to inspire the next generation to do more and dream bigger,” a web archive version of the website reads…