Delta Has 40 Million Reasons to Walk Back Its NRA Rejection

Delta has chosen to side with social justice warriors against its shareholders and its own financial well being.

Delta has spent a great deal of time siding with leftwing social justice warriors in Georgia. It has opposed a state…

Delta is a publicly traded company and its decision to publicly repudiate business with a popular, legal organization of considerable size has cost it a $40 million tax exemption it would otherwise have no later than today. For all of Delta's high minded rhetoric and claims about avoiding "controversial" groups, the NRA has a membership in excess of 5 million people whose sole crime is defending the second amendment to the constitution of the United States. Its members can and will choose to fly with other airlines when given the opportunity. Its supporters in the Georgia legislature are costing Delta tens of millions of dollars.

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