With today’s rampant cancel culture, it seems that every company is under fire and while we have seen weak leaders such as those responsible for the removal of LivePD and COPS bow down to the mob, there are several companies that have stepped up in the face of attacks to support the men and women behind the badge.
We wanted to highlight some of those and thank them for doing the right thing, which seems rare these days.
Ford came under fire when some employees wanted them to stop making police cars.
Ford CEO Jim Hackett has told employees in a letter that he doesn’t think it’s “controversial that the Ford Police Interceptor helps officers do their job”
Axon supplies Taser and Body Cameras to law enforcement and they recently defended the continued production by saying that they support transparency in law enforcement and their products help with that.
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— Egard Watch Company (@EgardWatchCo) June 12, 2020
Five Guys recently fired employees that denied service to Alabama officers. The employees were swiftly fired and the company said that they were going to provide training to other employees.
Google employees signed a petition that wanted the company to stop selling police google products such as e-mail. The CEO supported the police by saying their products would remain available to all.
Nascar recently introduced a “back the blue” racing truck along with a “back the blue” hashtag.