Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Grocery store brand Whole Foods is facing backlash this week after they made efforts to support law enforcement who have been trying to protect Baltimore from the violent race riots.

“We teamed up with Whole Foods Market Mt. Washington to make sandwiches for the men and women keeping Baltimore safe. We are so thankful to have them here and they’re pumped for Turkey & Cheese,” one of the supermarket’s local stores posted on Instagram.

The post infuriated many on the left, who stand with the Obama Administration.

The Obama Administration has made a habit of attacking law enforcement. Instead of sticking by our brave policemen and women, the administration has repeatedly chosen to stand with race rioters.

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Immediately after they made the post, they started facing backlash from enraged liberals and race baiters.

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Whole Foods was then forced to release a statement defending their actions.

“We’re all Baltimoreans and have supported community organizations for many years to improve lives around our city. Currently, we are providing food and water to children across our city by partnering with rec centers and community organizations, and have been doing so in parallel with providing food and water to first responders,” a spokeswoman said, according to The Blaze.

Eventually, however, Whole Foods deleted their post about helping the National Guard.

“We removed the post because it did not accurately reflect all our local stores are doing to feed people across this city, especially children,” a spokeswoman said. “Again, we love our community, and will continue to support our city in the days to come, as we always do, and extend our heartfelt sympathy to those affected.”

It’s sickening that in today’s world, brands are criticized and boycotted for trying to help the men and women who put their lives on the line to protect us.

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