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Most traditional conservatives believe in allowing the marketplace to dictate whether a product or service is successful or not, and when something as vile as attacking police either by a disturbing image or verbally assaulting our brave men and woman on the front line, it's usually the free flow of the marketplace that will eventually decide.

When Pulp Fiction creator Quentin Tarantino came to the Big Apple last year and led an anti-police rally in Times Square, calling police “murders” his film “The Hateful Eight”  which was about debut took a major hit at the box office, as thousands upon thousands of police officers, their friends, family and concerned citizens simply boycotted the movie.

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Searching Amazon for “Bulletproof: Black Lives Matter” shows this shirt for sale

And if Amazon proves to be another Tarantino and refuses to pull its offensive “Black lives” merchandise off its website and not follow Walmart’s lead, after the largest police union in the country asks them to remove the “offensive” appeal with the words “BULLETPROOF," "Black Lives Matter" and "Hands up, don't shoot," then no doubt the marketplace will decide, and simply become a matter of mobilizing those folks across that nation to shop with their pocketbooks.

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In an open letter to the online retailer, Fraternal Order of Police president Chuck Canterbury asked CEO Jeff Bezos to remove the apparel from the website, saying; He encouraged Bezos to stand by the police union in “increasing the bonds of trust between the men and women of law enforcement and the communities they serve.”

Wal-Mart displayed the merchandise within their retail stores until they encountered a sustained backlash from both their customers and the police union, and they apparently complied last week by pulling all of the offensive merchandise which included shirts and hoodies from their online markets as well

“Commercializing our differences will not help our local police and communities to build a greater trust and respect for one another,” Canterbury wrote to the retail chain. “Turning a buck on a strained relationship will not contribute to the healing process.”

Moreover another third-party vendor located in Connecticut Old Glory Merchandise was also selling the offensive “bulletproof” apparel and has decided to remove the merchandise.

SHARE this everywhere and support a BOYCOTT of Amazon until they remove clothing that is clearly promoting violence against police officers.

Source: Fox

 
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