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September 23, 2020

 

 DAILYKENN.com -- The cancel culture just got a little crazier. 


The owner of Palmetto Cheese referred to Black Lives Matter and Antifa as terrorist organizations. 

What exactly did he say? 

We'll get to that in a moment. But first...

A Costco sign claims the brand has been removed from 120 of its stores. 

That's a bit suspect, considering the chain has about 543 stores.

To make matters more complicated, Palmetto's owner apologized. 

Some patriots are angry at Costco for denying consumers access to a popular brand. 

Others are angry at Brian Henry, Palmetto's owner, for apologizing. 

The poor guy can't win. 

And it gets even deeper. 

Henry is also mayor of a small town in South Carolina. 

The town, Pawleys Island, has few people (107) than Costco has stores (543). 

The NAACP weighed in on the controversy by demanding Henry resign as mayor. 

The Georgetown, SC chapter of the NAACP called Henry’s post “racist” and called for him to resign. 

So what did Brian Henry post? 

According to usatoday.com, he wrote:

"2 innocent people murdered. 

"Not 2 thugs or people wanted on multiple warrants. 

"2 white people defenselessly gunned down by a black man," Henry wrote. 

"So why do we stand by and allow BLM to lawlessly destroy great American cities and 

"threaten their citizens on a daily basis ... 

"This BLM and Antifa movement must be treated like the terror organizations they are."


* What do you think?






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