#BoycottOliveGarden trended over the weekend after the restaurant chain was baselessly included in a list of Trump-backing companies.
Twitter users call out Trump's anti-boycott rant since he's called for plenty of boycotts himself.
Film and TV giants are threatening to take business away from the state over its so-called "heartbeat bill."
Those opposing the "heartbeat" law include Natalie Portman, Sean Penn, Ben Stiller and Judd Apatow.
I feel like I’m being forced to pick a side in an unwinnable battle.
Some filmmakers said they won’t work in the state after the governor signed a “heartbeat bill.”
The Council on Islamic-American Relations criticizes "Judge Jeanine's" "long history of Islamophobic hate rhetoric."
“This doesn’t seem to be blowing over.”
“There’s really not that much you can do to respond. It’s pointless to try to explain," the Fox News host said on his show Monday.
The Kenner mayor had issued the order days after Nike hired former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick for an advertising campaign.
Colin Kaepernick is the new face of Nike and conservatives are burning the brand’s clothing because of it.
People are burning and slashing their shoes, caps, shorts and socks to protest the company's deal with the former NFL star.
#BoycottInNOut began trending on Twitter after the company gave $25,000 to the California Republican Party.
Stores carrying Trump family items have been a target of boycott campaign.
Doing something is better than doing nothing.
"I guess I'm canceling my trip," Ellen DeGeneres wrote.
The backlash against his Santa Cruz business is an example of "terrorizing white European Americans into silence," the owner says.