I despise cancel culture with every fiber of my being. I was at the receiving end of it once, and I don’t want that for anyone else. While I do support the idea of voting with your wallet, cancel culture is — like every idea the left holds dear — a perversion of a solid concept.
I also feel the right is at its weakest when it engages in leftist activities. With the recent Chick-fil-A controversy, I see the same thing happening, but before people get upset at me for stating that the reaction of the right is similar to anything on the left, let’s be clear about what cancel culture is.
When a business or an organization does something to upset Americans, they can refuse to give that business any more of their money until it becomes clear that it has apologized or changed its business practices. Money talks very loudly, and showing a business that its activities aren’t appreciated is how a business should act in our capitalistic society.