Grocery Store Owner Facing Heat For Coupon Mailer That Liberals Are Having A FIT Over!

People take entirely too much stock in the wrong things and get too mad about the wrong things.

For example, a couple of times a week I will get these little advertisements for local businesses in my mailbox, mostly pizza shops and grocery stores.

The things that I would be inclined to go to I will keep just in case I want to try a new pizza place and the things that I wouldn’t shop at anyway I throw away.

It’s just one of those things that you never really take that much time to worry about and it’s stuff that most people throw away anyhow so why in the world would someone get mad about it?

There are people that would get mad at something no matter what and most of the time the only reason that they get mad about it are because they saw something by accident.

Via Conservative Tribune: Depending on how you feel about a border wall, Mac’s Fresh Market may be your new place to shop or new place to boycott.

I’d personally never heard of the Southern grocery chain before this week, but, according to Fox News, it has locations in Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi. In its circular this week, Mac’s decided to get a little religious and political — difficult territory for any business, especially when you consider that the folks at Mac’s decided to touch the political land mine that is the border debate.

“Heaven has a wall, a gate and a strict immigration policy,” a message at the top of the ad reads.

“Hell has open borders. Let that sink in.”

You can probably imagine what some of the responses were.

“Nice ridiculous political message. I guess y’all don’t have foreigners in your heaven. Disgusting.”

“We are also checking out your racism and fake religion.”

“Please remove me from any mailers. I will no longer shop in your store. I find your mixture of religion and politics disgusting.”

“How about we build a wall around your store?”

Reggie McDaniel, the owner of Mac’s Fresh Market, says that he meant the message to be spiritual as opposed to political.

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