LGBT-theme onesies, t-shirts and other grotesque apparel items for children and babies had littered the "Pride Collection" section of Target stores in anticipation of the upcoming pride month celebration, that is until Americans caught wind of it and made their voices heard across social media.
The threat of a widespread boycott was enough to prompt Target to pull the filthy clothing line, which include phrases such as "Bye Bye, Binary" and "What Are Your Words?" both of which refer to transgenderism and the use of so-called "gender-affirming" pronouns.
"Since introducing this year's collection, we've experienced threats impacting our team members' sense of safety and wellbeing while at work," a statement from Target reads.
"Given these volatile circumstances, we are making adjustments to our plans, including removing items that have been at the center of the most significant confrontational behavior."
(Related: Target is losing money hand over fist due to its "woke" agenda.)
It is nothing new for Target to push LGBT "rainbow"-themed clothing items on children, having received backlash in the past for its constant peddling of sexual perversion.
This year is different, though, because Target went all-out trans – and unashamedly so. It also hired British designer Erik Carnell, a self-avowed Satanist, to design this year's collection.
The clothing items Carnell created for babies is so offensive that Americans everywhere were throwing them on the ground or otherwise destroying them upon encounter in the company's retail stores.
Carnell's designs are notorious for including disturbing elements such as pentagrams, horned devil-like skulls and other blatantly Satanic imagery, which Target attempted to push on children and infants.
"Target has been an openly perverted company for a long time – many million times worse than Bud Light and worthy of being boycott out of existence," wrote conservative commentator Candace Owens in a sharp rebuke of the company.
Calling Target the most "pro-transgenderism" company in the world, Owens had previously told her followers, as well as "all people with a moral conscience," to stop shopping there.
"Boycott Target," added fellow conservative commentator Steven Crowder to the conversation.
"We don't need our kids seeing this [expletive] when we walk down the aisle at Target," added broadcaster Megyn Kelly.
Perhaps the most offensive children's clothing item Target was carrying up until now as part of its Pride Collection was a female swimsuit with a "tuck-friendly" design, meaning a transgender with unwanted genital body parts can tuck them into the folds.
A spokesperson for Target told the Associated Press (AP) that the "tuck-friendly" swimsuits are only offered to adults, even though the children's section is also littered with similar such apparel.
"What Target is doing is far worse than anything Bud Light did," commented The Daily Wire's Matt Walsh about the situation. "They are selling chest binders and 'tuck-friendly' bathing suits for children."
During a recent episode of Fortune's "Leadership Next" podcast, Target CEO Brian Cornell defended his "woke" company's decision to push transgender and Satanic apparel on both adults and children.
"I think those are just good business decisions, and it's the right thing for society, and it's a great thing for our brand," Cornell said.
"The things we've done from a [diversity, equity, and inclusion] standpoint, it's adding value. It's helping us drive sales, it's building greater engagement with both our teams and our guests, and those are just the right things for our business today."
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