Hit Piece On Conservative Business Owners Reveals DOD May Be Banning Some Biblical Figures
Let’s just say it, a New York Times hit piece on Black Rifle Coffee company worked and it also revealed a possible plot to cancel Catholicism.
Recently, the New York Times published a report on Black Rifle Coffee company that included an interview with founders Evan Haefer and Matt Best. The NYT’s report made it appear that the co-founders were turning on their customer base and claimed St. Michael was a symbol of white supremacy.
According to the two founders, the NYT’s took their words and twisted them into their narrative, which shouldn’t really have been a shock. Hafer and Best said they did the interview because their were told the Time’s was going to run the piece whether they liked it or not . The two decided they would try to use the report to highlight the work they’ve done for veterans.
They should have known better and they shouldn’t have taken the bait. The NYT’s piece worked, liberals still hate the company and they successfully split conservatives. After the piece was published customers started posting screenshots of them canceling their subscription.
Following the piece Hafer and Best responded on social media and took part in three lengthy segments on conservative Dana Loesch radio show. There’s is a large enough difference between what Hafer and Best are claiming from what the NYT’s reported the paper needs to clarify some things. Rest assured they won’t, the damage has been done and it worked. Below we will post Hafer’s and Bests’ response and you can come to your own conclusions.
There is something more sinister that came out of the report that we would like to focus on and it’s the news surrounding St. Michael. The Archangel mentioned in the Bible invoked for protection and is the patron of soldiers, doctors, paratroopers, and police.
Why on earth is the Department of Defense claiming St. Michael the Archangel is a symbol of hate?
Hafer explained that the coffee company had a bag designed with St. Michael but had to put it on hold because the DOD designated the Archangel a symbol of hate. The concern is if the image is designated an image of hate and soldiers purchase the bag the DOD could blacklist them. Should the company be blacklisted they would lose their access with the DOD destroying their partnership with veterans support groups. In one of his response videos, Hafer said they are waiting for the DOD to give them clarification as to why St. Michael is being placed on the hate symbol list.
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The Biden administration continues to take us down a slippery slope, they are now taking religious symbols and trying to ban them. Hafer and Best are getting what they deserve for doing the interview but what’s more concerning is how under the guise of speech government officials are banning religious symbols.