You’re absolutely right honey

“It was the last straw,” said Mize, 57, an advertising copywriter from Orlando whose youngest twin daughters are now 19. “Insurrection at the Capitol, images of the police officer with his head being crushed, individuals dressed as Vikings on the floor of the Senate… we’re not going to call this normal. [Publix] are a private company and it is their business how they want to contribute their money, but it’s also my right to decide where I want to spend my dollars.”

You should spend your money how you wish. That is how you tame and direct your suppliers.

16 thoughts on “You’re absolutely right honey”

  1. Wendy is ostentatiously offended by a grocery tycoon donating some money to a peaceful political rally for the President of the United States that ended in some minor scuffles and japery, but I feel sure she has no such problems with the billion dollar corporations who sponsored and encouraged a summer of riots, arson and murder in the name of racial justice.

    This isn’t just someone exercising their free choice (a right she would enthusiastically deny you) tho – it’s meant to be the social justice equivalent of the Bat-Signal to encourage banks, payment processors, internet giants, etc. to pile on and help bring the badthinker to heel or destroy his business.

  2. This is newsworthy? Insignificant, middle-aged lefty wanker disapproves of someone else’s political views. I suppose in the next story she is about to adopt an orphan from DRC

  3. @gunker

    Did this actually happen ?

    Nope: “Law enforcement officials initially said Mr. Sicknick was struck with a fire extinguisher, but weeks later, police sources and investigators were at odds over whether he was hit. Medical experts have said he did not die of blunt force trauma, according to one law enforcement official.”

  4. I doubt the lady with the over-active imagination will lower herself into using Walmart. For maximum “look at me” points she should pay through the nose at the likes of Goodings or Whole Foods? Failing that it’ll probably be Target, the bastion of gender-neutral restrooms.

  5. We’ll never be sure how Officer Thingummy died. They cremated his corpse. I say “they” because there seems to be dirty work afoot. Maybe he died of a stroke. Maybe he died as a result of action, or inaction, by his colleagues. But here we are, a month and more later, and there is no public account of the evidence. It stinks, does it not?

  6. Dearieme

    We can be sure how unarmed Ashli Babbitt died. She was shot and it is inconceivable that the incident and the identity of the shooter was not captured on CCTV. That stinks a whole lot worse.

  7. She was shot and it is inconceivable that the incident and the identity of the shooter was not captured on CCTV. That stinks a whole lot worse.

    The identity of the shooter is known.

  8. Apologies PDF. I haven’t seen that reported. Do the reports say what, if anything, is likely to happen next?

  9. The shooter was a Capitol Police officer – nothing is going to happen because the shooting was sort of reasonable, actually.

    Climb through my window and you’re gonna get shot too.

  10. It wasn’t Publix’s money; it came from the heiress to the Publix founder’s estate, who has no role with the company

  11. So Much For Subtlety

    Agammamom February 16, 2021 at 4:12 pm – “Climb through my window and you’re gonna get shot too.”

    Sure. Your window. This was not your window. It was a public building and the protestors were engaging in a constitutionally-protected form of free speech.

    Especially in this time when the Democrat’s stormtroopers have been granted so much licence to riot.

    She posed no imminent threat to anyone. The officer was in no danger. No one else was in any danger. In normal circumstances the officer would probably still get away with this because the Courts give police officers wide latittude. But it sucks as shootings go. There was nothing right about it at all.

  12. “So Much For Subtlety
    February 16, 2021 at 11:20 pm

    Agammamom February 16, 2021 at 4:12 pm – “Climb through my window and you’re gonna get shot too.”

    Sure. Your window. This was not your window. It was a public building and the protestors were engaging in a constitutionally-protected form of free speech.”

    The whole building is not public. In fact, most of it isn’t. And when you have a locked door that you’re trying to bust down . . .

    Constitutionally protected speech ends when you reach the point of breaking down doors and climbing in through windows. Then its becoming a riot. Same criteria for BLM too.

    Yeah, a lot of those guys just wandered through open areas they weren’t supposed to be in. That’s not what she was doing.

  13. So when did Vikings wear Buffalo horn hats ? Presumably after they discovered America ?

    Agammamom, interesting to note that the person who actually broke the window and is seen on the video encouraging Bibbett is one Jake Sullivan (aka Jayden T) a well known Antifa activist. One has to wonder what he was doing in what was allegedly a Trump inspired action and why he was trying very hard to foment violence. Almost like he was there with that purpose, by arrangement.

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