Group: 'Boycott Target Pledge' Doesn't Go Far Enough; HERE'S What To Do NOW

May 23, 2016May 23, 2016

The American Family Association's "Boycott Target Pledge" has sent a powerful message to the leaders of Target that conservatives and other common-sense individuals believe that by letting men into women's restrooms and fitting rooms the retail chain is putting wives and daughters in danger from dangerous sex offenders and other all-around creeps who would exploit the stores' "inclusivity" as an easy opportunity to prey on victims.

Now Faith2Action has praised the pledge but says it doesn't go far enough.

According to their site, they are calling on everyone who disagrees with Target's policy to join and organize protest groups on the sidewalks outside Target stores for a nationwide rally Saturday, June 4.

According to the Huffington Post, which sneered at the effort, Faith2Action president Janet Porter said it's "time to take action" against the retail chain with the "Don't Target Our Daughters Day" protest.

The group also posted a short, powerful music video promoting the protest by exposing the blatant sin and danger of Target not truly separating genders.