Jack Posobiec offers free advertising for Carhartt competitors after company fails to drop vaccine mandates

Carhartt said they stand "behind our decision because we believe vaccines are necessary to protect our workforce."

Nick Monroe Cleveland Ohio

Conservative commentator Jack Posobiec of Human Events on Wednesday joined calls for a public boycott campaign of the Carhartt clothing brand, promoting replacement brands in response to the company's recent decision to continue to move forward with a company-wide vaccine mandate for their employees.

Earlier in the day, Posobiec put out an open call to his nearly 1.6 million Twitter followers to gauge what competitors to Carhartt were out there.

"I'm going to pay close attention to who reaches out to you. I own a ranch with a lot of hands and carhartt is a religion.. We're going to excommunicate ourselves," responded one rancher to Jack's efforts.

Carhartt doubled down on their policy decision despite a recent SCOTUS ruling that blocked the federal mandate by OSHA from the Biden administration that mandated businesses with over one hundred employees get everyone jabbed.

When the news broke on Tuesday, Charlie Kirk of Turning Point USA called for a boycott of the company, saying they were "betraying their entire customer base of hard-working Americans by forcing unconstitutional Medical Tyranny on their employees."

Several other prominent politicians and commentators added to the Carhartt backlash.

Florida Rep. Anthony Sabatini wrote a letter urging Florida to completely cut ties with the brand.

"It is time to DROP Carhartt. Medical tyranny should never be tolerated."

"Never ever buy Carhartt products again"

"Disappointed Carhartt has decided to force employees to be vaccinated as a condition to employment," wrote State Senator John Stevens of Tennessee.

"Hey Carhartt employees, lawyer up baby!"

"This is hugely disappointing. I will not be purchasing any more Carhartt products."

"Those actions indeed speak LOUD and CLEAR."

It was a day after the Supreme Court rejected Biden's mandate for private businesses that conglomerate General Electric suspended their "vax or test" requirement across the company. Earlier on Wednesday, coffee giant Starbucks publicly announced a similar rollback.

"We respect the court's ruling and will comply," Starbucks Chief Operating Officer John Culver said.


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