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Jul 10 2023

Profiles in Liberal Hypocrisy II: Ben & Jerry’s

Few companies have been more obnoxious — or more preposterous — in their moonbattery than the Unilever subsidiary Ben & Jerry’s, which desecrated the Fourth of July by denouncing America for being built on “stolen” land that must be “returned” to people who populated it many centuries ago. The company now has an opportunity to prove it is not completely full of crap:

Don Stevens — chief of the Nulhegan Band of The Coosuk Abenaki Nation, one of four tribes descended from the Abenaki that are recognized in Vermont — told The Post in an interview that he “looks forward to any kind of correspondence with the brand to see how they can better benefit Indigenous people.”

Stevens added that if the ice cream maker is “sincere,” it should reach out to him as the company’s corporate headquarters — located at 30 Community Dr. in South Burlington, Vt. — is situated on Western Abanaki land.

Don’t hold your breath waiting for Ben & Jerry’s to turn over its land. Nonetheless, it insists that Mount Rushmore be handed over to Lakota Indians, presumably to be destroyed, since the four presidents represented “actively worked to destroy Indigenous cultures and ways of life, to deny Indigenous people their basic rights,” according to the woke roaches at Ben & Jerry’s.

Unilever lost $2 billion in market cap in the aftermath of the July 4th tweet, as patriots pushed back with the Bud Light treatment. That’s more than six times the $326 million it paid to buy Ben & Jerry’s in 2000. As they say, get woke, go broke.

On a tip from Occam’s Stubble.


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