November 2, 2017
Papa John’s says it has been pulling advertising associated with the NFL. The league, it says, has given some future spots in return.
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) November 1, 2017
Papa John's blames weaker than expected same-store sales on "negative consumer sentiment" with company's association with NFL. $PZZA
— Jonathan Maze (@jonathanmaze) November 1, 2017
“Negative consumer sentiment” is a code word for “people are fed up with these monkeys!”
The Negro fatigue caused by this whole NFL fiasco is reaching heights that even I didn’t fully expect. While it was pretty obvious viewership and attendance rates were going to drop more and more, the fact that actual sponsors are pulling out is pretty incredible.
I mean, you’d think these cucked companies would want to hide their raging hatred for these anti-American nig nogs, and continued pouring money into the Negro Felon League just to avoid pissing off the liberals.
But money speaks. And the money is definitely not on the NFL’s side.
Having unleashed on NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell during the Papa John’s earnings call this morning…
“The NFL has hurt us by not resolving the current debacle to the players’ and owners’ satisfaction,” Schnatter, who serves as the pizza chain’s chairman and chief executive officer, said on a conference call. “NFL leadership has hurt Papa John’s shareholders.”
“Leadership starts at the top, and this is an example of poor leadership,” Schnatter said.
“This should have been nipped in the bud a year and a half ago,” Schnatter said on the call.
Papa John: Official pizza of the alt-right?
He concluded that “like many sponsors, we’re in touch with the NFL. Once the issue is resolved, we’re optimistic the NFL’s best years are ahead.”
It appears Papa John’s founder John Schnatter was serious about that last line… as ESPN’s Darren Rovell reports that “Papa John’s says it has been pulling advertising associated with the NFL.”
While the last few sponsors/advertisers to pull their money from The NFL (here and here) were shrugged off by some, the decision by the major pizza chain – which is a mainstay of almost every commercial break as far as we can remember – will perhaps shock a few more owners.
Papa John’s is deeply rooted in the NFL since it has a deal with the league and 23 of its individual teams, according to Rovell.
So Papa John is a major, long-standing sponsor of the NFL. And yet even they’re panicked about what’s going on, fearing that the toxic feelings towards to sports organization might rub off on them.
This is great.
Getting White Americans to stop worshiping these monkeys is a great victory.
This might be the first time ever in modern history that a major institution is going to be completely destroyed explicitly because of public outrage over their anti-White agenda. The fact that other companies are taking notice and adjusting their policies is a major turning point.
It’s starting to make economic sense to be pro-White, even for these kiked, evil corporations.