Amazon censors anti-Kamala items; Allows ‘f*** Trump’ apparel


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(Natural News) Amazon censored vulgar political speech this week by removing shirts that referred to Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris as a “hoe.”

(Article by Joshua Paladino republished from HeadlineUSA.com)

A seller named The Oxygen Bandit promoted shirts that said “Joe and the Hoe,” which sold for $24.99 to $42.99 depending on the style.

Since our shirts were unjustly removed from Amazon we will be selling them via our website theoxygenbandit.com. We will let you know when the shirts go live.

Posted by The Oxygen Bandit on Thursday, August 20, 2020

“All sellers must follow our selling guidelines and those who do not will be subject to action including potential removal of their account,” an Amazon spokesperson said, according to USA Today.

“We are working to remove these products,” the spokesperson said.

From a brief search of the shirts that Amazon allows users to sell on its platform, it is clear that the company is blatantly discriminating against Republican political candidates and protecting Democratic political candidates.

On the first page of results after searching “anti-Donald Trump clothing,” there are shirts that:

  • Say “F— Trump” in some form.
  • Compare Trump to a sexually transmitted disease.
  • Call Trump a “turd.”
  • Slanderously call Trump a “racist.”
  • Slanderously call him Vladimir Putin’s “puppet.”
  • Calls him a “Luna Tick,” with a reference to other parasites.

One shirt goes as far as to say “F— Trump. If you like Trump, f— you too.”

For now, Amazon is allowing a shirt that says “Kamala smelled the best,” a reference to Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden‘s strange habit of smelling women.

The shirts that call Harris a “hoe” stem from her extramarital relationship with Willie Brown, a former San Francisco mayor who is 30 years her senior.

Harris benefited politically from her relationship with Brown, but the corporate news media describes this as “misinformation,” against all available evidence.

Even the far-left San Francisco Chronicle described Brown’s appointment of Harris to the Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board and the California Medical Assistance Commission as “patronage.”

Brown defended his political patronage to Harris by stating that he had aided many other people in launching their political careers.

Read more at: HeadlineUSA.com


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