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Anti-American And Woke: Harris Teeter, Kroger Grocery Chains Slammed For Removing Pro-American Products

Companies said they were recalling ‘Freedom Series’ items labeled ‘Made in USA’ and feature guns and eagles

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(Fox Business) A customer took to Twitter Monday to complain about Harris Teeter selling some pro-America items — that read “Give me liberty or give me death” and “America, love it or leave it” — saying they were insensitive as mass shooting incidents happen around the country.

“Why are you allowing this type of item to be sold at your grocery store in Huntersville NC? Clearly in light of the recent mass shootings, you can understand how this IS NOT a good idea,” the Twitter user wrote.


Harris Teeter and Kroger grocery stores. (John Greim/LightRocket via / Getty Images)

Harris Teeter responded by thanking the customer and telling her they would be discontinuing the “Freedom Series” items.

“Thanks for reaching out,” the company said. “As soon as these items were brought to our attention we put a recall request into place and these items are being removed from all store locations.”

“We appreciate your concern,” the company added.

Another customer complained to Kroger about a drink sleeve that read, “Arms Change, Rights Don’t,” which the company also said would be recalled.

“110 Americans die every day from gun violence and most recently children, educators, health care providers, and family members were killed in mass shootings. Please remove them,” the customer said.


Kroger logo is seen at one of their stores in Athens, Ohio. (Stephen Zenner/SOPA Images/LightRocket via / Getty Images)

Again, the company said they would be recalling the items.

Then came the backlash…

“Are you serious? This is a stupid response. Not shopping at Kroger anymore for being anti-American,” one Twitter user said.

“Ban assault coozies!” another user responded.

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