Iconic Chuck Taylor All-Star sneakers are as American as mom and apple pie, which is why its new “socially-progressive” parent company, Nike, is now using their appeal to promote subversive sodomy and transgenderism to children:
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The real Chuck Taylor, whose name adorns each pair of these shoes, would be rolling over in his grave if he could see how Nike, the parent company that now owns Converse, is cynically marketing sodomy to children using his iconic American shoes. But this really shouldn’t surprise us anymore as within the last ten years, America’s largest and most “conservative” corporations have gotten behind the promotion of sodomy, transgenderism, all forms of sexual deviancy.
But like the Boy Scouts and every other iconic American institution, these sneakers have become vehicles of subversion and demoralization. No one bats an eye when a shoe company uses a ten-year-old autistic “drag queen”, aka “Desmond Is Amazing”, to promote this degeneracy. Had Converse tried this 20 years ago, the company would have been bankrupted by the public outcry by Christians, but today, Americans just shake their collective heads and hope that by ignoring it that it will just go away. It’s not going to just “go away” as the campaign against “pedophobia” will heat up.