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Eric Boyd@ericboyd
August 01, 2020

I applauded Starbucks when it issued a policy banning political messaging on clothing worn by employees while at work. Three days later they were having employees ordering Black Lives Matter t-shirts for their workers. I’m not a fan of boycott or cancel tactics, but I’ll never enter a Starbucks again.

I now applaud Trader Joe’s for standing up to the cancel culture mob by defending and asserting a sensible view and business practice. Hold true Trader Joe’s and don’t let me down! Sending them a message now. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.businessinsider.com/trader-joes-defends-food-labels-deemed-racist-says-theyre-fun-2020-7%3Famp

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Today, you can buy human slaves from open slave markets in Libya. The Obama Administration had a lot to do with overthrowing Gaddafi and putting the country into the hands of the crazy people who run it today. Does anyone remember Hillary saying "We came, We saw, He died"?
Joe Biden was part of this. Why, especially when slavery is such a big part of our national conversation right now, is Joe Biden not being asked about this? Why is nobody talking about it?

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