Sam’s Club CEO admits she discriminates against white males, but it’s ok since she’s black female

Rosalind Brewer Poppy HarlowOh, the humanity.

Sam’s Club black, female CEO Rosalind Brewer told CNN’s Poppy Harlow that she recently met with a supplier whose executive team was comprised of all white males.

“Just today we met with a supplier and the entire other side of the table was all Caucasian males,” she told Harlow who asked her what she said to them.

“I decided not to talk about it directly with his folks in the room because there were actually no female, like, levels down,” she said. “I’m gonna place a call to him.”

Wow.

She also said she uses her position to “nudge,” Sam’s Clubs partners and suppliers to hire more minorities and women for the top spots.

This philosophy is not discrimination how?

Watch the segment below.

h/t: Right Scoop.

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Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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403 thoughts on “Sam’s Club CEO admits she discriminates against white males, but it’s ok since she’s black female

  1. hairless ape says:

    They should fire her cause I’m not shopping there anymore till she is gone.

  2. Jay says:

    well that makes me sad because I liked shopping at Sam’s club. Time to go elsewhere until they fire her.

  3. Name says:

    Glad the wife and I are members of Costco

  4. Warren says:

    How a Dip$#it like Rosalind Brewer can attain a CEO position is completely beyond me. This is not the country I grew up in. I miss the USA of the 40’s 50’s & 60’s I feel I have traveled to an upside down dimension

  5. disqus_6npiJ7fVP4 says:

    If black women were just as qualified as white men, they’d hold positions in upper management. But, they’re not so they don’t. As a stockholder, I want the best person running the store. NOT someone who made it because of some diversity rule. If Ms. Sam’s Club wants blacks in upper management, let her be the first to hire them.

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