Costco protecting BLM terrorists from criticism, removing vendors who speak up about BLM’s domestic terror


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(Natural News) Corporations are not only funding the Black Lives Matter terror that is happening nightly on American streets, but they are also threatening their own business partners and vendors if they do not go along and worship BLM’s bloody crusade.

Costco is pulling the Palmetto Cheese brand from at least 120 of their stores after the owner of Palmetto spoke up about the damage that BLM is doing to people’s lives all across America.

Costco pulls popular cheese brand from their stores after the owner speaks the truth about BLM terror

The owner of Palmetto cheese, Brian Henry, wrote on Facebook on August 25th: “2 innocent people murdered. Not 2 thugs or people wanted on multiple warrants. 2 white people defenselessly gunned down by a black man…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.”

Henry, who is also the mayor of Pawley’s Island, South Carolina, was forced to take the Facebook post down after the BLM mob threatened to boycott his company. Henry is now being threatened to step down as mayor.

In defense of BLM’s terror and mob violence, Costco doubled down their support for BLM and went through with what appears to be a full-on boycott of the Palmetto Cheese brand. Costco decided to pull the cheese brand from 120 of their stores, with no explanation.

Corporations like Costco are so financially tied to BLM and their narrative of “racial equality” and social justice; they cannot afford to have the truth be told about this domestic terror operation. Anyone who dares tells the truth about BLM’s violence will be threatened, gagged and pushed out of society; if not by the mob, then by the powerful corporations that are so heavily invested in the mob’s lie.

Other companies that are heavily invested in the BLM lie include, but are not limited to:

  • Amazon, $10 million
  • Intel, $1 million
  • Dr. Bronner’s Soap Company, $1 million
  • Ugg, a sub company of Deckers, $500,000
  • Gatorade, a sub company of Pepsi, $500,000
  • Dropbox, $500,000
  • Microsoft, $250,000
  • Nabisco, Ritz, Oreo, Trident, and Chips Ahoy, $500,000
  • Unilever’s Axe, $250,000 and Unilever’s Degree, $100,000

Companies like these, so invested in the Marxist destruction of America, will continue to defend their investment, shutting out anyone or any business that  doesn’t go along with their narrative of promoting “equality.” (Related: Damage from riots across the US may cost insurance companies more than $1 billion.)

Palmetto’s owner kneels to the BLM terror to save his company

Palmetto Cheese is the top selling pimento cheese in the US, and is currently available in more than 9,100 stores across 44 states. The BLM’s boycott of Palmetto cheese has been so threatening, Brian Henry was forced to apologize at a news conference. According to the Sun News of Myrtle Beach, Henry called his own comments “hurtful and insensitive” and essentially begged the mob to reconsider their boycott of his signature cheese brand.

With everything on the line, Henry decided to kneel to the mob that was effectively threatening his livelihood, agreeing to cover up the truth about widespread BLM terror while falling prey and contributing to the Marxist revolution that is destroying the United States of America. Brian Henry is now hopeful that his products will be back in Costco soon. “We remain optimistic that Palmetto Cheese will be back on the shelves in the not too distant future,” he said.

To keep up with the lies, threats, and extortion, visit Evil.News.

Sources include:

CBS8.com

USAToday.com

Antifawatch.news

NaturalNews.com

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