List of things Conservatives have "canceled"

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Cancel culture is a buzz word which refers to holding people socially accountable for their words and actions. American Conservatives claim to love free speech and be against the very idea of canceling anything or anyone, however, they have a long history of canceling anything and everything they don't like. This list is by no means exhaustive.

Canceled Reasons
Amazon Because the Washington Post was critical of Donald Trump, and the Post is owned by Jeff Bezos, Trump also called for a boycott of Amazon.
Amy Grant Despite being a popular Christian singer, Grant had her albums and books pulled from the shelves, and her songs were no longer played on Christian radio, because she filed for divorce.
Apple Donald Trump called for a nationwide boycott of Apple unless the company purposely weaken its phone encryption.
AT&T Donald Trump called for a boycott of the communications company in hopes that the boycott would encourage AT&T to cancel CNN.
Barney The purple dinosaur entertainer for pre-schoolers was boycotted by Christians in the 1990s because they felt the show had an anti-Christian agenda.
BBC Republicans banned the news organization from White House briefings calling them the "enemy of the people," because they asked tough questions.
The Beatles John Lennon said that The Beatles were bigger than Jesus which led to Conservative Christians publicly burning their albums.
Beauty and the Beast (2017 film) The film includes a gay character and a transgender character which Conservatives thought was inappropriate, so they boycotted the film.
Ben & Jerry's The ice cream company was boycotted by Conservatives for the limited flavor "Schweddy Balls," based on an SNL skit, and later received calls for boycotts because of their anti-white supremacist and pro-black lives matter stance.
Campbell's Soup Conservatives called for a boycott of company because they had a commercial which featured a same-sex couple.
Cisco The software company was one of many who spoke out against Georgia's racist anti-voter laws, so Donald Trump called for their boycott.
Citigroup The company was one of many who spoke out against Georgia's racist anti-voter laws, and one that Republicans boycotted.
CNN The Trump administration banned the network from meetings several times because they asked tough questions.
Coca-Cola After Coke spoke out against Georgia's racist anti-voter laws, Conservatives called for the company's

boycott.

Colin Kaepernick The professional football player knelt during the national anthem to raise awareness for police violence against black people, so the NFL black listed him.
Common Core Common Core is a general list of educational standards that children are expected to know as they progress through school. Although Conservatives were initially all for it, after it the Tea Party gained power, they opposed it, and most Conservatives followed along and now want the standards banned.
The Da Vinci Code Various Convservative religious organizations called for a boycott of the book and film because they viewed it as anti-Christian.
Delta Airlines After Georgia instituted several racist anti-voter laws, Delta Airlines spoke out against them. Conservatives responded to the chastisement with a boycott.
Dixie Chicks The band disapproved of George W. Bush invading Iraq after the 9/11 terrorist attack since Iraq had nothing to do with it, which led to Conservatives denouncing them, burning their albums, and being blacklisted from thousands of country music radio stations, and DJs were even punished for playing their music.
Doom The game includes violence and demons, so, Conservative Christians called for it to be banned.
Dr. Anthony Fauci During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Republican party prevented their own head of infectious diseases from being allowed to speak about the virus because he wasn't answering questions the way they wanted him to. After losing the presidency, Republican congressmen continued to call for him to be censored from television.
Dungeons & Dragons Because the game features mythological elements, Conservatives have accused it of teaching children Satanism.
Ellen In particular, the episode in which Ellen DeGeneres's character came out as lesbian. Advertisers canceled for the show, and Conservatives demanded it be banned from television.
Evolution Conservatives, driven primarily by religion, object to the very idea of evolution existing, let alone to it being taught.
France While there has long been animosity between France and the USA, the most recent ire of Conservatives was piqued when France refused to help the USA invade Iraq. This led to calls of tariffs, boycotts, and even explicit violence against the nation.
French fries After France refused to help the USA invade Iraq, Republican Bob Ney renamed French fries to freedom fries in three Congressional cafeterias. Several Conservative-run restaurants followed suit.
Goodyear Donald Trump called for a boycott of Goodyear after the company said his MAGA hats were not appropriate worker attire.
Grubhub The food delivery company faced boycotts after the CEO said he rejects the "nationalist, anti-immigrant and hateful politics of Donald Trump."
The Guardian Republicans banned the news organization from White House briefings calling them the "enemy of the people," because they asked tough questions.
The Golden Compass Conservatives boycotted the book and film because they viewed it as anti-Christian.
Harley-Davidson After the motorcycle company moved manufacturing overseas, Donald Trump called for a boycott.
Harry Potter Conservatives have staged numerous boycotts of the series claiming it promotes witchcraft, Satanism, and homosexuality.
Islam In 2015, Donald Trump called for a complete ban on all Muslims from entering the USA. The ban was eventually signed into law by Republicans.
JPMorgan Chase The company was one of many who spoke out against Georgia's racist anti-voter laws, and one that Republicans boycotted.
Judaism Many of the most outspoken anti-Semites have been Conservative Christians.
Kathy Griffin After Trump's attack on Megyn Kelly where he said she had, "blood coming out of her, whatever." Griffin posed for a photo where she held up a fake bloody head of Donald Trump with the comment, "blood coming out of his wherever." This led to Conservative outrage resulting in Griffin losing several endorsements and jobs, and being put on the federal no-fly registry.
Kellogg's After Breitbart published various articles described by many readers as hate speech, Kellogg's pulled their ads from. Breitbart retaliated by telling their readers to boycott the cereal company.
Keurig Sean Hannity defended Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore despite his many allegations of sexually assaulting minors, so Keurig pulled their commercials from his show. Conservatives responded by publicly destroying their coffee makers.
Levi Strauss & Co. When the company pulled its yearly funding from the Boy Scouts of America because they ban LGBT members, Conservatives called for a boycott.
Macy's Donald Trump called for a boycott of Macy's after the retail chain dropped his clothing line for calling Mexican immigrants murderers and rapists.
Madonna Catholic pope John Paul II urged Christians to boycott Madonna.
MLB The head of Major League Baseball pulled the All-Star game out of Atlanta because Republicans passed several racist anti-voter laws, and Republicans called for a boycott.
Megyn Kelly After the Fox pundit wasn't strong enough on his side during a presidential debate, Donald Trump boycotted the Fox debate because of her, and urged his followers to boycott her future shows.
Merck The company was one of many who spoke out against Georgia's racist anti-voter laws, and one that Republicans boycotted.
Mormonism Some of the most fervent anti-Mormons are Conservative Christians.
NASCAR After NASCAR banned the Confederate flag, many Conservative fans boycotted their races.
NBA Conservatives boycotted the NBS for not punishing players who knelt during the national anthem to raise awareness of police violence against black people.
NBC Donald Trump threatened to shut down the entire news network for publishing articles critical of him.
NFL Conservatives boycotted the NFL because they wouldn't fire players who knelt during the national anthem to raise awareness of police violence against black people.
Netflix Conservatives called for a boycott and a legal investigation against Netflix because they felt the documentary against child sexualization "Cuties" was too provocative. They also called for a boycott because Netflix signed a deal to make documentaries with Barack Obama.
The New York Times Republicans banned the news organization from White House briefings calling them the "enemy of the people," because they asked tough questions.
Nike After hiring Colin Kaepernick, Conservatives were publicly burning Nike shoes.
Nordstrom's After the retailer dropped Ivanka's clothing line due to low sales, Donald Trump called for a boycott.
Oreo Trump said he would boycot the cookie because the parent company moved a factory to Mexico, and the boycott trended on Conservative social media.
Pepsi When Trump won the Electoral vote in 2016, the CEO of Pepsi said his employees were disheartened and afraid for the LGBT friends and family. Because of this, Trump supporters called for a boycott of all Pepsi Co products.
Pokémon Conservative Christians boycotted the franchise not only because they thought it taught evolution, but, because it they felt it promoted Satanism.
Republicans who voted to hold Trump accountable The seven Republicans who voted to impeach Donald Trump for his incitement of an insurrection all faced calls to resign.
Rock music Effectively all musical genres under the "rock" blanket have been denounced and boycotted by Conservative Christians.
Samantha Bee She called Ivanka Trump a "feckless c*nt" for using her father's political position for personal gain and Conservatives demanded she be fired.
Sandi Patty When it came out that the popular Christian singer had an extra-marital affair, she was canceled from Christian music.
Sexual education Conservatives have pretty much always fought any attempt to education children on matters of sex.
The Simpsons In the 1990s, Conservatives all over the country were banning Simpsons appeal because it wasn't wholesome enough.
Star Wars Trump supporters called for a ban on the franchise because an upcoming film might contain footage critical of Trump-style politics. Years earlier, Conservative Christians boycotted the films because they likened the Force to witchcraft.
Starbucks In 2015, Starbucks designed a new holiday-themed cup that wasn't Christian enough for Conservatives, so they boycotted the stores.
Stephen Colbert After making a long tirade of jokes where Donald Trump was the butt, several prominent Conservatives, including Trump, called for a boycott.
Target When the retail store announced that their customers could use the bathroom that best matched their gender, Conservatives called for a boycott.
Teletubbies Though sexual preference in any form is never mentioned on the show, Conservatives created a conspiracy theory that liberals created the Teletubby Tinky Winky to secretly promote homosexuality. There is no evidence to back up this claim.
UPS The company was one of many who spoke out against Georgia's racist anti-voter laws, and one that Republicans boycotted.
ViacomCBS The company was one of many who spoke out against Georgia's racist anti-voter laws, and one that Republicans boycotted.
Video games The very concept of video games have been called on to be banned, boycotted, or otherwise decried by Conservatives, primarily because they don't represent Christian values, but they are frequently attacked for not representing general values.
Wrangler Jeans Country music fans boycotted Wrangler jeans after the company released some apparel featuring the song "Old Town Road" which was sung by black rapper Lil Nas X.
Yoga Many Conservative Christians want yoga banned because they view it a teaching Hinduism.