Big Box Retailer Just Joined Anti-White Club

Big Box electronics giant Best Buy has blatantly thrown its hat into the ring with the divisive forces that are tearing America apart, launching a management and leadership program that overtly discriminates against white individuals.

James O’Keefe, the courageous truth-seeker behind the new watchdog group OMG, brought this shocking discovery to the public’s attention. Best Buy, in collaboration with the notorious McKinsey & Company, has crafted a management training program that is overtly anti-white, excluding candidates solely based on their skin color.

“The program is not open to white applicants,” O’Keefe blasted on social media, leaving no room for misinterpretation.

This deeply troubling move puts Best Buy in the same category as other organizations that have embraced the corrosive ideology of critical race theory (CRT). Take the Salvation Army, for instance, which has turned its back on its humanitarian roots to wage war on white individuals.

What makes Best Buy’s policy all the more insidious is its vague definition of who qualifies. The term “white” is used as an exclusionary category, even though it’s an inherently racist term that ignores the rich cultural diversity of light-skinned individuals from various countries and backgrounds. Best Buy’s underlying message is clear: only dark-skinned individuals are wanted as leaders within the company.

This is not just a one-off event but part of a more sinister trend. McKinsey & Co., a well-known globalist player, has previously partnered with the anti-white World Economic Forum (WEF) to push the destructive agendas of social and emotional learning (SEL), diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), CRT, and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) in schools globally.

When faced with righteous public outrage over this blatantly racist and unconstitutional policy, Best Buy’s CEO Corie Barry did the exact opposite of what a leader should do. Instead of addressing the concern, she hid behind a private social media account – a clear indication of the company’s unprofessional and callous stance.

Does Best Buy want to follow in the disastrous footsteps of Anheuser-Busch, which alienated its customer base and suffered a dramatic fall in its stock price? Some social media users seem to think so, drawing parallels between Best Buy’s self-destructive path and the collapse of Circuit City and Radio Shack.

The message from concerned citizens is clear: If Best Buy doesn’t want white shoppers in their leadership programs, perhaps they don’t want them in their stores either. The power of the purse may be the quickest way to remind Best Buy of the core principles that once made America great: unity, equality, and the rejection of divisive racial politics.

The chilling reality is that America seems to be turning into a place where fair-skinned individuals are systematically marginalized. For those seeking to understand how we ended up here, visit