House Committee Triggers Liberals with ‘Patagonia Is Lying to You’ Tweet

President Donald Trump arrives to speak on his decision to shrink the size of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase Escalante national monuments, Monday, Dec. 4, 2017, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
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The House Natural Resources Committee has got Patagonia’s number.

No, Patagonia is not the savior of America’s protected wild spaces. It’s just another greedster corporation with an overpriced logo, trying to make a fast buck by jumping on the anti-Trump bandwagon while parading its ‘eco’ credentials.

According to the Hill:

“The assertion that ‘the president stole your land’ is designed to mislead and terrify the uninformed. Their deception speaks volumes about their contempt for rural Americans in Utah,” the committee said in a statement.

“Of course, Patagonia, a self-interested corporation like any other, knows the truth, but they don’t care. Lies and distortions are better for their bottom line,” the statement said.

It has backed up its message with this tweet:

This was in response to an earlier tweet by Patagonia:

Naturally, when the House Natural Resources Committee responded by fighting fire with fire, the libs and greenies didn’t like it one bit. They bleated that there was something unethical, possibly even illegal about scarce government resources being used to launch a hit campaign against a corporation.

To its credit, the House Committee’s Twitter account tweeted a few examples for our amusement and delectation:

Yep. Looks like all the right people have been triggered.

Boycott Patagonia this Christmas.

You know it makes sense!



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