Leftists are furious after Whole Foods’ CEO directly blasts universities and socialism


Socialism is becoming more mainstream in our society and especially among younger adults.

And many people are too scared to say anything against the rising tide of socialism.

But Leftists are furious after Whole Foods’ CEO directly blasts universities and socialism.

Socialism used to hide in American politics with very few people admitting their support for its destructive policies.

Now socialism is a huge force to reckon with in Washington, D.C.

And it’s nearly impossible to tell the difference between someone on the Left and a socialist.

But socialists are not just in politics.

Many socialists are deeply embedded in our educational system and especially in universities across the nation.

And many people are too scared to call out socialism in our nation as they are afraid of the expected backlash and public ridicule.

But that didn’t stop one of the nation’s top CEOs from taking on socialism directly.

Whole Foods CEO John Mackey took on socialism head-on in a recent interview with the American Enterprise Institute.

Mackey didn’t hold any punches back when he stated, “they [Leftists] talk about ‘trickle-down wealth,’ but socialism is trickle-up poverty. It just impoverishes everything.”

Then Macky defended capitalism and put his sights on our education system.

He argued:

Capitalism is the greatest thing humanity’s ever done. We’ve told a bad narrative, and we’ve let the enemies of business and the enemies of capitalism put out a narrative about us that’s wrong, it’s inaccurate — and it’s doing tremendous damage to the minds of young people. The Marxists and socialists, the academic community is generally hostile to business. It always has been. This is not new.

Mackey is right on the money about socialism.

It does nothing but enriches politicians while society crumbles into poverty.

More people need to stand up and fight socialism head-on as a Biden Administration would be the most socialist presidential administration in American history.