The advent of smartphone rideshare companies has created two massive fiscal entities within the niche, Lyft and Uber, who are now touting their political muscle…for no real reason.
Uber, the larger of the two corporations came under fire from liberal snowflakes this week after taxicab drivers in New York City went on strike to protest President Trump’s immigration reform order. Uber did not suspend its activity in the Big Apple, causing many sad and sullen millennials to start a campaign against the application, eventually trending with “#DeleteUber”.
Seeing a business opportunity, rival company Lyft also jumped into the fracas.
“In response to President Donald Trump’s immigration ban, Lyft pledged on Sunday to donate $1 million to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) — spurring many in Hollywood to abandon rival Uber in support of the…