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Home Depot Employee Just Got BLASTED For Wearing THIS Hat!

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If you don’t like where you live, move to another place. Go west young man was the thought that motivated generations to move elsewhere. If America was such a bad place, then move to another country. But that won’t happen. Progressives believe in dragging everyone around them down to their level. MOVE if you don’t like what you see. They don’t have the courage of their convictions.

This Home Depot employee thought it’s better to create a hat and blast the only place she knows as a home rather than leaving the country and finding life elsewhere. I don’t subscribe to this thinking or her selfish act.

Funny how hateful Americans such as this never pack up and leave. Now she’s getting death threats and for what? She knew that could happen. She wanted the attention; she intends to be on TV or be followed by stars on social media. This is one selfish girl.

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From Newser:

A Staten Island college student says she’s had racist statements and even death threats hurled at her online since she wore an anti-Trump hat to her job at Home Depot over the weekend, the Staten Island Advance reports. Krystal Lake, 22, donned the cap, which read “America Was Never Great,” during her Sunday morning shift, a riff on the Trump slogan “Make America Great Again.” “The point of the hat was to say America needs changing and improvement,” Lake says. “I don’t think it’s a positive message to say, ‘Let’s look to the past.'” She also notes that she’s sure she rubbed a lot of Staten Islanders the wrong way because the area is such a Trump stronghold. “Trump is very rash and in your face, but when someone else has a message against him, his supporters can’t take the criticisms,” says Lake, a media studies major at the College of Staten Island.

Regarding the controversy swirling around Lake, who says she had no idea her headwear would go viral, a Home Depot spokesman says that employees aren’t allowed to wear items with a political message but that no managers saw it. “Otherwise, they would have had her remove it immediately.” But Lake, a Bernie Sanders fan, says she sees co-workers wearing Trump flair, including pins and pendants, without reprimand or reprisal. Lake says she’s been bombarded with hate messages, including being called “the N-word left and right” and told “America was great when your people weren’t here.” She adds she “definitely” intends to wear the hat to work again and balks at suggestions she hates America. “I just wish we would worry about making America better—not ‘great again,'” she says.

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I’m sure she’d be much happier living in Canada or Mexico. If they try to dismiss her for violating policy, she will run crying to the media about how she was fired just because she is black. Then we will have the charlatan twins Al and Jesse jumping into the fray leading demonstrations outside Home Depot and calling for a nationwide boycott the store… all because of the ignorance of a 22-year-old mindless millennial.

H/T – Newser

How do you feel about this young lady who is displaying her First Amendment to say whatever she wants but in away this hatred and it’s worst way. Share your opinions below in the comments section and let me know what you think about her actions.

 

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