From Amazon to Macy's to Bed Bath & Beyond. - From SFist
Shannon Coulter, a 45-year-old digital marketing specialist in San Francisco, has been using her skills to moonlight as an anti-Trump activist, but lately, that moonlighting has lasted well into the daytime.
According to the New York Times, who profiled Coulter recently, as many as 32,000 people visit her website every hour to see her list of all the retailers who carry items from which Donald Trump, his family, or his close supporters stand to profit.
The activist seems to consider her biggest victory so far to be with Nordstrom, who eventually dropped Ivanka Trump's line amid intense pressure to do so, though reportedly due to lagging sales rather than political pressure.
Nonetheless, to show her renewed support for Nordstrom, Coulter showed off a necklace she had recently purchased from the department store.
Not to dismiss Coulter's efforts, which she carries out nearly single-handedly, scouring Twitter for tips on companies to add or remove from the list, but it might be a little simpler if Trump were just, I don't know, forced to divest from his business efforts, or if Congress were willing to enforce the emoluments clause or something.