[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Coca-Cola has a brilliant marketing campaign called “Share a Coke” in which drinkers of the popular soda hope to come across their name on a Coke can or bottle. When people find their name on a Coke, they excitedly share it on social media. Undoubtedly, many enthusiasts may spend a bit more on soda than usual in hopes of finding their name or as a gift to someone they know. There are even some cans with generic things on it like ‘FRIEND,’ ‘BRO, ‘SIS’ and ‘LEGEND’. But, the company will have even more explaining to do after a controversial can has surfaced in their “Share a Coke” campaign.
[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”5517620b381df”][vc_column_text]Coca-Cola has a can that says “Share a Coke with a DREAMER.”
As we all know, a Dreamer is the word used to describe those individuals who were brought to this country at a young age by their parents in the left’s push for illegal amnesty.
The soft drink giant recently came under fire for having one item in the “Share a Coke” campaign that bore the word ISIS. The company defended this by explaining that particular name was being used long before the rise of the Muslim terrorist group the Islamic State, also known as ISIS. Still, once ISIS rose to prominence as they beheaded, raped, burned, and pillaged their way through the Middle East, one would think Coca-Cola would have removed that item from their line.
Is this can simply a coincidence that the company will make right by discontinuing printing of it or did the Coca-Cola company begin to print, or even continue to print, cans with such a message as the push for full acceptance of illegal immigration has ramped up?
Well, which is it Coca-Cola?
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