Kroger Manager Gives Moms Demand Action Cronies the Cold Shoulder

October 7 2014
by GSL Staff
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Moms Demand Action founder Shannon Watts took to Twitter this weekend to voice her displeasure over the fact that a Kroger manager in Ohio gave her cronies the cold shoulder when they tried to deliver some protest signatures to the store.

Here is the tweet in question:

Moms Demand Action has chosen Kroger as their next target in a bid to get the super market chain to ban and/or discourage the carry of legal firearms in their stores.

MDA’s efforts have already been successful from the publicity standpoint at Target, Jack in the Box and Starbucks, all of which have issued public statements asking patrons not to carry in their stores.

However, it should be noted that none of those businesses have outright banned carry in their stores (meaning nothing has really changed).

Many of the response tweets to the news were supportive of the manager:

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