As Twitchy reported yesterday, whoever does social media for Chase tweeted some #MondayMotivation, which was met with communist randos replying, “Demolish your bank and redistribute all the wealth” and “We will burn every Chase bank to the ground after the revolution.” That second one earned the poster a Twitter time-out. One clown even posted a series of paintings of Chase branches on fire.
So imagine reading Tuesday that Chase has pledged to be “more sensitive” on social media from now on. The bank has deleted its #MondayMotivation post, but here it is:
#Chase deleted its "Monday Motivation" tweet following backlash and pledged to be more sensitive on social media in the future. https://t.co/j73ISwbcPx
— ABC7 News (@abc7newsbayarea) April 30, 2019
So in this corner, we have a bank with no spine whatsoever, and in the opposite corner, a horde of communists who want to either nationalize all the banks or burn them down, spurred by instigators like Elizabeth Warren who preach that everything but the government is too big and needs to be broken up.
ABC 7 reports that some more sensitive individuals took the tweet as “poor-shaming.”
Giving in to the crybabies? What was wrong with what they posted? What's wrong with wasting money and saving?
— mzpinca (@mikhail1973) April 30, 2019
Seriously — how many charities have started off their pitches with, “For the price of that morning cup of coffee…”?
Because those who chose to go to their dream colleges and acquire student loan debt for degrees they can’t jobs that pay enough are entitled their daily $7 lattes.
— Pamela Morgan (@PMorg322) April 30, 2019
This is ridiculous. https://t.co/sVe33qmdEE
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) April 30, 2019
You would think that the largest bank in the country would have more backbone.
— Michael Chuplis (@hisnail) April 30, 2019
Budgeting tips = poor shaming… Who are these hypersensitive people and why are the listened to?
— Hans van de Weerd (@hans3104) April 30, 2019
They’re listened to because all the Democratic candidates want their votes and think class warfare is the way to secure them.
Companies continue to not understand that twitter is not real life. Catering to any twitter 'mob' is only going to hurt your brand in the long run.
— Dan Chomicz (@DChomicz) April 30, 2019
We really have run out of real things to be angry about! ?
— John Cochran (@notojsjc) April 30, 2019
The mob is bad. Worse is the ubiquitous cowardly kneeling to the mob by so many of our corps and politicians.
The mob will only gain strength when we kneel to it.
It´s why boycotts against cos. kneeling are important. It´s the little guys´ most effective tool of power.
— Jeff (@catoyescaesarno) April 30, 2019
What are we offended by today, Snowflakes?
— TruthMomma (@truth_momma) April 30, 2019
So many perpetual victims out there
— Shane Wilhoite (@ShaneWilhoite) April 30, 2019
I don't want to live on this planet anymore.
— Jeff Nicodemus (@jeff_nicodemus) April 30, 2019
Personal responsibility is just a restraint that the patriarchy uses to keep us down.
— Colostomy Bagger (@BaggerColostomy) April 30, 2019
Outrage mob, it's the new hip thing.
— Photocrimes (@photocrimes) April 30, 2019
I thought it was just common sense. It appears Liberals have zero tolerance for common sense. Why do companies cave to these left-wing fanatics? They don't know it yet, but Liberals are going to end up on the receiving end of their fascism, and they're not going to like it.
— Max Capacité (@DavidBugnon) April 30, 2019
SQUAD GOALS: Eleanor and her posse are going to burn every Chase bank to the ground https://t.co/kzOSYRZ0TX
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) April 29, 2019
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