Target Hit with 90% Loss as Retailer Pushes Trans Gear on Youth, Chest Binders, Packing Underwear
The company’s profits fell nearly 90 percent after it was forced to cut prices due to massive overstock, KSAT-TV reported. Target reported $183 million in second-quarter net income after earning $1.82 billion over the same period last year.
This comes after the retailer’s first-quarter profits plummeted 52 percent over last year.
Still, revenue did rise in the second quarter, along with both in-store (up 1.3 percent) and online (up 9 percent) sales.
After the announcement of the plunging profits, Target’s shares fell 4 percent — down $7.15 to $173.04 — on Wednesday.
Target was sent reeling in 2016 when it went all-in for the transgender agenda and announced a policy allowing men claiming to be women to use women’s dressing rooms and bathrooms.
The company defended its left-wing policy even as customers rose up in anger, Breitbart News reported at the time.
Even before that, Target retooled its stores to satisfy the LGBT lobby by eliminating gender-specific signage because it wasn’t “inclusive” enough, according to NBC News.
This year, with the boycott over its transgender policies only a few years in the past, Target doubled down and began selling clothing designed to help people “transition.”
The Post Millennial reported in May that Target was selling chest binders and packing underwear, “which [gives] the appearance of a phallus.”
Target is selling chest binders for gender dysphoric girls so they can crush their breasts to try and appear more like boys. This is no different than Walgreens selling laxatives specifically for people with anorexia. Abhorrent and insane.
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) May 9, 2022
This is grooming and child abuse. Period. A child’s size 4-5 trans rights shirt. A baby newborn onesie. A QUEER SHIRT and dish towels @SloanRachmuth @Target can kiss my cisgender ass. WITH MY CHILDREN – hell no- and the baby books!!! Guess what im not a bigot! @deb_fillman pic.twitter.com/AryMs2vKdN
— Va Warrior Mom – DATA PRIVACY IS MY (@domesticTara) May 29, 2022
For his part, director Robby Starbuck drew a straight line from Target’s decision to sell LGBT merchandise to its massive loss of profits.
Maybe @Target still doesn’t get it but I’ll try to help spell it out for them: When you decided to sell trans toddler merch and chest binders to kids, we went to other stores to spend our money and you’ll continue to feel the squeeze over your decision to sexualize kids. pic.twitter.com/yiIoHj9Bfi
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) June 7, 2022
President Joe Biden’s spiraling economy has brought about dark days for boardrooms across the nation, certainly. And Target may not necessarily be losing its shirt specifically because of its unpopular LGBT policies.
But those policies have led to boycotts and a lot of negative publicity for the retail giant. As it tries to dig itself out of this fiscal disaster, Target may be in danger of becoming the next corporation to go broke after going woke.
This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
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