JD Vans says Target has ‘decided to wage war’ on customers with Pride Month collections.

Sen. JD Vance (R-Ohio) suggested on Friday that Target has “decided to wage war” on its customers by releasing its annual Pride Month collection.

“Target could have decided to get out of the traditional wars, instead they decided to start a war on a bigger share of their customers,” Vance said. He tweeted.. “I don’t want to shop at Target anymore, and it seems like a lot of families are doing the same thing.”

Conservatives have called on the company to end its LGBTQ products, while several Republican lawmakers have voiced their support.

“Why do you support corporations that hate you?” Rep. Lauren Bobert (R-Colo.) said on Twitter Monday. Target won’t get another dollar from me.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green (R-Ga.) compared the situation to the conservative backlash Bud Light faced last month when it teamed up with transgender social media influencer Dylan Mulvaney.

What they don’t realize is that their wives who have given up Bud Light are shopping at Target. Or at least they did,” Greene said He tweeted. on Thursday.

Target this week is removing some items from stores and moving Pride merchandise to the back of some Southern stores after customers knocked over Pride displays, angrily confronted employees and posted threatening videos on social media, the Associated Press reported. Press it.

“Since introducing this year’s collection, we have faced concerns about the safety and security of our team members while on the job,” Target said in a statement to the AP. “We are making adjustments to our plans to take these changes into account, including removing items that have been in significant conflicting behavior.”

The company has been selling merchandise for Pride Month, an annual celebration of the LGBTQ community, for a decade, The New York Times reported.

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