Last week’s leaked footage showed Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump objectifying women and openly flaunting sexual assault.
Trump’s campaign has been sexist, racist, and islamophobic since day one, and now, since the discovery of this lewd video, sexual assault allegations against Trump have been rolling in in droves. Trump is more toxic than ever-- even Republicans are abandoning him.
And yet KitchenAid is still standing by his side by refusing to move the 2017 Senior PGA Championship from the Trump National Golf Club.
Update: The PGA is moving a major golf tournament from Trump's course in Miami to a golf course in Mexico.
Now we need KitchenAid to move its tournament from Trump's course in Los Angeles to a non-Donald associated course so we can deal another blow to Trump's pocket book and pride.
Trump's rhetoric of hate has gone way too far! He has insulted Latinos, Black people, Muslims, women, the physically disabled, and everyone who does not fit into his narrow, elitist worldview.
The KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship, one of international golf's most prestigious tournaments, is set to be held at Trump National Golf Club in 2017. By sponsoring the PGA Senior Championship at Trump's golf course, KitchenAid is handing Trump (and his views) a veneer of respectability.
Unless KitchenAid wants its customers to think it supports Trump's racist comments and policies, it has to demand that the PGA end its partnership with Trump and move the 2017 major to a different course.
Click here to join thousands in calling KitchenAid to pressure the PGA to move the 2017 Senior PGA Championship from Trump's Golf Course.
Trump recently called for mass deportation of immigrants and a ban on Muslims entering the country. He has endorsed the use of torture, spread inflammatory misinformation that lead to the Planned Parenthood shooting, and approved of attacks on Black Lives Matter activists.
And the PGA already wants to distance itself from the hate. In July, it moved its Grand Slam of Golf Tournament, from Trump's Los Angeles golf club. That move came after controversial remarks made by Trump about Mexicans during earlier in the summer. The PGA is sure to move if pushed by big sponsors like KitchenAid, which has its name on the 2017 tournament.
NBC fired Trump from The Apprentice, and has cancelled Trump's Miss USA and Miss World franchises over racist comments about immigrants crossing the Mexican border. And Macy's dumped Trump by cancelling its partnership with him, as did the company that makes Trump's cologne collection. Now KitchenAid can build on this by refusing to sponsor the Seniors PGA Championship on a golf course owned by Trump.
Sign the petition to make this a reality.
PGA, Trump announce major partnership, PGA, May 1, 2014