Backlash is growing for the CEO of Sam’s Club after she discussed her dislike for dealing with white men on CNN.
BPR reported Sunday that the company’s black, female CEO Rosalind Brewer planned to call a supplier she met with because she was disgusted that his management staff was filled with all white males.
It was more important to Ms. Brewer that a staff be racially and gender diverse rather than the best people be picked for their jobs. A practice she admitted to CNN’s Poppy Harlow she practices herself.
The president and CEO of WalMart Stores Inc., who owns Sam’s Club, Doug McMillon said the company supports Ms. Brewer and added that they ask their suppliers “to prioritize the talent and diversity of their sales teams.”
“Roz [Brewer] was simply trying to reiterate that we believe diverse and inclusive teams make for a stronger business. That’s all there is to it and I support that important ideal,” he added in the statement.
Since the story broke angry customers have called for a boycott of the company until such time as Brewer is fired, apologizes or the situation is otherwise rectified.
Naturally the left, who would be going out of its mind if a white male suggested an all black female executive team had to be diversified, cannot understand what all the anger is about.
— Lord Humungus (@DarklyEnlightLM) December 16, 2015
— End Cultural Marxism (@genophilia) December 16, 2015
Lesson – Refuse to do business with any racial group of people you don’t like, and call it a “quest for diversity.” #BoycottRacistSamsClub — Morality Is Freedom (@MoralsToFreedom) December 15, 2015
— Nick Joseph (@camefromempires) December 15, 2015
I will not #BoycottRacistSamsClub. I actually feel much better about spending my business’s money there now.
— Louisa (@LouisatheLast) December 16, 2015
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