If there is one thing that I hate, it is when a corporation throws its weight around for no reason other than to do it.
If you make a commitment to someone, you keep it even if you disagree with them politically. That being said, it seems more and more the main thing to do is to guard the dollars as much as possible and it seems that the best way for liberals to do that now is to go after conservatives.
If people thought that the witch hunt has been going on the past couple of years, it is going to be nothing like the next couple with liberals in power
Loews Hotels has booted a “Family Fun Day” fundraiser for Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) from one of its Orlando, Florida, area hotels after a lawyer on social media tweeted out a link to the event’s flier, calling Hawley a “traitor.”
Loews Portofino Bay Resort at Universal Studios Orlando announced Saturday in a statement posted to Twitter that they are “horrified and opposed to the events at the Capitol and all who supported and incited the actions,” and that, “in light of those events and for the safety of our guests and team members, we have informed the host of the Feb. fundraiser that it will no longer be held at Loews Hotels.”
The “Fun-Filled-Family-Friendly” weekend event, sponsored by the Fighting for Missouri PAC, was slated to take place in mid-February, and tickets to the event were listed at between $1,000 and $5,000 plus travel expenses and room rates. Fighting for Missouri is a primary fundraiser for Hawley, having netted more than a quarter-million for the Missouri Senator in 2020.
“The fundraiser was canceled after liberal lawyer Daniel Uhlfelder tweeted a photo of the event on Friday branding Hawley a traitor.
He also asked Loews Hotels and Universal Orlando why their Portofino Bay Hotel [was] hosting the February event for the Republican,” the Daily Mail reported Sunday.
Uhlfedler is a left-leaning provocateur, perhaps best known for his attention-grabbing decision to visit Florida beaches dressed as the Grim Reaper after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis lifted the state’s pandemic-related lockdown over the summer. He and others have been targeting Hawley following the Missouri Senator’s decision to become one of the first members of Congress to announce he would challenge the Electoral College’s vote certifying Democrat Joe Biden as the winner of November’s presidential election.