Students against being murdered, ‘Boycott Publix store’s’!

Your Students in





South Carolina,

ask you to please

BOYCOTT this store?

Our favorite, or was our favorite grocery story, is backing another billionaire company that handed a half-million dollars to an NRA backer!
Did any Floridian happen to watch the report on Adam Putman?
Christopher Heath Reporter
Reported the fact about Adam Putman
Mostly True?
Truth was sprinkled in-between so many half-truths!
Same old lies from the same old politicians!
If you read Publix excuse you will find out that this is not the only candidate they back!
Although it might be that they do not back candidates that want to clean up the Florida Government with new, better blood to work for you and not ‘Big Business’!
Fla. shooting survivors call for boycott of Publix for donating to NRA-backed governor candidate
By Josh Delk – 05/23/18 09:44 AM EDT
Survivors of the high school shooting in Parkland, Fla., are calling for a boycott of a regional grocery store over its support of a National Rifle Association (NRA)-backed candidate for governor, CBS News reports.
The Publix supermarket chain is facing scrutiny over its $670,000 in total campaign donations to Adam Putnam, a former GOP representative and Florida’s agriculture commissioner. Putnam has taken donations from the NRA and touts himself as a proud gun owner.
Shoppers begin Publix boycott as chain continues supporting Adam Putnam for governor

David Jenkins, of Tampa, posted his receipt Twitter after deciding he would boycott Publix because of its support for Republican Adam Putnam. [Handout courtesy of David Jenkins]
Koop @horassonang

@PublixHelps Today my groceries at Target and the local fish market came to $115.54 NOT spent at @Publix, making a total of $224.74 since May 17th.#TweettheReceipt #BoycottPublix #NeverAgain

Adam Putnam‏Verified account @adamputnam
The liberal media recently called me a sellout to the NRA. I’m a proud #NRASellout! Sign below if you are, too.
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