Target Tells Boycotters “We Don’t Care” And Plan To Do THIS To America

A representative for the American Family Association took the concerns of over 1.3 million families relating to Target’s open bathroom policy directly to Target officials.

Since Target decided to open up all their bathrooms and changing rooms to members of the opposite gender, they have faced a major backlash and a growing boycott. The AFA started a petition to boycott the retail store and their dangerous policies. The petition has amassed over 1.3 million signatures.

AFA spokesman, Abraham Hamilton III went to the Target shareholder’s meeting in Southern California to get answers from Target on why they would turn their backs on women and children and sacrifice their privacy and safety for the feelings of a few confused people.  According to OneNewsNow, Hamilton got a cold blooded response from the Target representatives.

“It’s amazing,” Hamilton said, “the response really was we don’t care what you have to say. We don’t care what the American Family Association represents. We don’t care what those people who signed your petition represent. We are committed to the complete overhaul of American society as it pertains to sex. That literally is their response.”

In light of Target’s systematic attempt to change American culture and basic truths along with their lack of caring and concern for their women and children customer base, AFA plans to ramp up their boycott.

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