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Eureka! The American youth of today FINALLY have a role model in the business world who refuses to be silenced by the “cancel culture” movement (not to be confused with “Culture Club” – a prolific musical group from the 1980s). His name is Robert Unanue, the chief executive of Goya Foods, and he doesn’t take crap from liberals who equate the support of Donald Trump to the Holocaust of Europe.

Unanue came under attack after delivering remarks at the White House Thursday in which he stated that, “We’re all truly blessed at the same time to have a leader like President Trump, who is a builder.”

The remark fueled a severe backlash on social media.

“We learned to bake bread in this pandemic, we can learn to make our own adobo con pimienta,” “Hamilton” star and creator Lin-Manuel Miranda said on Twitter.

Goya Foods distributes thousands of Latin American products such as garbanzo beans, seasonings, and cooking oils.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez echoed Lin-Manuel Miranda’s comments Thursday evening, tweeting, “Oh look, it’s the sound of me Googling ‘how to make your own Adobo.'”

Keep in mind, this is the same AOC who just recently discovered that vegetables grow out of the ground.

Fun Fact: Goya Foods donated nearly 270,000 meals to food banks as part of a pandemic relief effort, according to NBC.

Despite the public criticism, Unanue said in an interview with Fox News on Friday that he is “not apologizing.”

Meanwhile, others are flipping the narrative and calling for a Goya Foods “buy-cott.”

“My brother came up with a terrific idea and I am encouraging all to join me in purchasing $10 worth of Goya Foods products and donating them to your local food bank,” radio host Mike Opelka wrote on Twitter. “Let’s push a BUY-cott, not a boycott. Let’s show the #Goyaway people what compassion can do.”

“Go out today and buy your Goya foods,” Fox News host Mark Levin wrote on Twitter.

The Chicks on the Right offered their take on the latest nonsense from the increasingly unhinged left in the clip below.

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