He’s since given a ‘nuanced’ explanation of what he ‘really’ meant… do you buy it?
The rabid media has made it fashionable for CEO’s of companies to denounce our President. In fact, taking the wrong side of any social issue is a dangerous business.
Remember what happened to the CEO of Mozilla, when it came to light that he had (gasp!) exercised his constitutional right to support a political cause he believed in? Even the ‘rich and powerful’ are not safe.
Not only was he fired, he became an instant Pariah! So much for ‘freedom of association’. But then, the Left doesn’t REALLY believe in that anymore, do they?
Don’t you think other CEOs have taken notice of that little detail? Not surprisingly, they make sure they check all the right boxes in public.
Serial entrepreneur Marcus Lemonis had some choice words on Wednesday about those who may support President Donald Trump’s response to the violent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
“There’s no doubt that there is probably not many consumers in this country today that are in favor of what has been said in the last couple days and if they are, quite frankly, don’t shop at my business,” said Lemonis, who is CEO of Camping World and host of CNBC’s “The Profit.” — CNBC
Here is Marcus speaking on CNBC:
People have attacked me for the last 3 days and here is my response.
Posted by Marcus Lemonis on Monday, August 21, 2017
That’s him walking it back to ‘not include’ Trump supporters, while still suggesting Trump is soft on racists and violence. In watching his various speeches you’ve seen since Charlottesville, is that what YOU have seen?
Or do you think this was REALLY just another smear at all of us on the right, joining the chorus of leftists who slander us? Do you believe he is actually calling us all ‘racists’ when there is actually NO evidence to back it up?
Do you think our President — and the rest of us — should be denounced for thinking that violence (whether coming from morons in pointy white hats, or other morons in black masks) is EQUALLY unacceptable and unAmerican?
Marcus sells CAMPING and OUTDOOR gear, right?
Do you think that his typical customer comes from a RED State or a Blue State?
Put differently… aren’t the radical lefties typically URBAN, both in where they generally live and in their choices of recreation?
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