Steve, thatís an interesting take.
My opinion on the matter is if people are making money or enjoying entertainment from investments or entities with business ties to the SA Kingdom, but donít know about it, itís not an issue.
Kind of like, we want your money, but please keep it on the down low. Itís the idea that they have come out that really is bothersome.
You aren't wrong, however, a large, large part of American enterprise is globalized and thus willing to do business in every country willing to conduct profitable trade, save for those federally sanctioned (i.e. Russia,North Korea, etc..). Few, if any, companies, care where their products are sold, so long as the bills are paid.
The real issue here is the direct investment arm of the ruling Saudi family has directed nearly a billion dollars to establishing a competitive professional golf tour. Right or wrong, there is little daylight between the state and the LIV. As for various US businesses conducting normal commerce, there is often a wide berth created between seller, buyer and political association or incrimination.
Hope all is well with you!