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Goya CEO: ‘We’re One Nation Under God, We’re Not One Nation Under Twitter’

By Craig Bannister | January 15, 2021 | 4:22pm EST
Goya CEO Robert Unanue
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Americans shouldn’t rely on media, Big Tech or government to control their lives, because they need to focus on God, Goya Foods President and CEO Robert Unanue said Friday.

In an interview on Fox News Channel, Unanue criticized government shutdowns of the economy, saying they “kill our spirit”:

“We need a reason to get up in the morning: God, family, work. And they’re taking away our spirit. They’re taking away our ability to work.”

Unanue then warned of the Cancel Culture’s efforts, led by social media giants, media and government “to cancel God” in order to boost their own influence and power:

“We’re one nation under God, we’re not one nation under Twitter. We’re not one nation under Big Media or under central government. We’re trying to have media, Big Tech control our lives – the government control our lives.

“We need to not move away from God; we need to move closer to God.

“They want to cancel God. They want to cancel our speech. They want to cancel our culture, our history, our liberty. They want to control us. The few controlling the many, like a bunch of sheep. You know, none of these people care about us.

“We cannot move away from God. We’ve need to love and to build, not hate and destroy.”

Paraphrasing the Pledge of Allegiance, the Goya CEO said that America can’t be “one nation indivisible” without God:

“Some of us want to be ‘one nation indivisible’ – you can’t be indivisible without God. We have to pray, we have to have hope, and we have to move closer to God. Otherwise, it’s not a pretty picture.”

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