Rose Marcario, chief executive of Patagonia, is pledging her entire company to resist the Trump administration.
Marcario, an outspoken critic of Republicans, recently slammed the president for his statements about rolling back an Obama-era measure that confiscates millions of acres of state lands to make them “national monuments.”
To stop citizens from retaking possession of their state lands, Marcario plans to sue the administration for trying to scale back Obama’s land confiscation.
In a May article at Huffington Post, Marcario said: “We have to fight like hell to keep every inch of public land.”
In her statement after the president announced his national monuments order, she said: “A president does not have the authority to rescind a national monument.”
This is not the first time the California-based outdoor clothing giant got involved into political matters. Last year, the company spent over $1 million to fund a campaign to help defeat Donald Trump and GOP candidates.
100% Fed Up reports:
President Trump supporters need to start letting leftist CEO’s who use company profits to take down our sitting President that we’re not going to sit by idly and let it happen. Americans need to remind these arrogant liberals that #Resistance is a two-way street. There’s no better way to #resist than with your wallet. #BoycottPatagonia…