Waffle House isn’t what most Americans think it is anymore.
They are spreading dangerous woke ideology to young people.
Even Waffle House has now embraced the left, and they’re hoping their customers don’t notice.
Corporations across America are embracing the woke agenda as leftwing activists threaten to “cancel” businesses that don’t comply with their demands.
Since corporations are skittish about public controversy, they’ve been trying to support the left’s causes without their conservative base finding out about it.
This is true with corporations like Bud Light, Chick-fil-A, NASCAR, and Advance Auto Parts – all companies that majorly rely on traditional and blue-collar Americans for business.
Waffle House, the famous Southern and Midwestern 24-hours breakfast joint, is yet another company that’s embracing the woke agenda.
A little-noticed article on the University of Georgia’s website reveals that Vecus Miller, the executive vice president of Waffle House, visited the Terry College of Business in 2022 to learn about DEI – “diversity, equity, and inclusion” – a hallmark agenda of woke ideology.
DEI posits that hiring employees and college admissions should be based on skin color, not qualifications.
Miller said in regards to his schooling on DEI: “Diversity is a powerful tool. Getting other people’s insights and experiences and putting those things together — that is powerful. That’s what has helped me operate in the world I work in now.”
The article continued, “The chain’s workforce is diverse because inclusion has been part of its culture since the first Waffle House opened in 1955, he said. Over the years, Waffle House has grown its culture of inclusion through intentional efforts ranging from creating and evaluating its systems for hiring, training and retaining its workforce, to its homegrown management policy for developing future company leaders, both in the restaurants and at the corporate office.”
The fact that Waffle House is making “intentional efforts” in hiring, training, and retaining employees based on the concept of “inclusion” is an ominous sign.
Most people assume hiring is based on qualifications, that training is the same for all employees, and retention is based on job performance.
So-called “inclusion” shouldn’t play a role in any of that.
If you’re good at your job, you get included. If you’re bad at your job, you get excluded – aka fired.
But it sounds like there is more going on behind the scenes at Waffle House – and their conservative customers deserve to know where their money’s really going now.