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Amazon now selling “blue lives murder” merchandise that calls for killing police
By Ethan Huff // Jun 22, 2021

After banning "Vaxxed" and other content for spreading "misinformation," monopolistic retail behemoth Amazon has decided to allow the sale of "Blue Lives Murder" merchandise that calls for the execution of police officers.


The Detectives' Endowment Association is calling on Amazon to immediately remove all of this "hateful merchandise," calling it "disgusting" and warning that its "only purpose is to invite further division, hatred and violence toward the hard-working men and women of the nation's police departments, who are toiling every day to keep their communities safe."

The Association sent a letter to Amazon pleading with the company to immediately remove all Blue Lives Murder merchandise from its platform. By allowing it to be available, Amazon is perpetuating hate and violence against law enforcement, and could be culpable in the event of a tragedy.

"Amazon is perpetuating anti-police rhetoric," a detective told the media. "It is totally inaccurate. They should sell shirts that say, 'Blue Lives Save Lives.'"

Amazon sells other hateful content such as shirts that say, 'F*** the Police' and "ACAB," which is leftist shorthand for "All Cops Are B***ards.'"

"They are hypocrites," another law enforcement officer from Brooklyn stated about Amazon. "They say they don't sell items that incite hatred. I can't think of an item that incites hatred more than these sweatshirts."

Amazon is evil

An extension of the CIA deep state, Amazon is doing its part to rile up the populace as much as it can in promotion of societal collapse.

While law enforcement throughout America could certainly use a healthy dose of reform, promoting violence against police officers and disrespecting them in this manner is inappropriate, and Amazon truly is hypocritical for allowing it while simultaneously removing other "offensive" content such as documentaries about vaccine dangers.

As of this writing, Amazon is still selling Blue Lives Murder face masks, though t-shirts and hoodies with the slogan are no longer coming up in searches. In the immediate aftermath of the death of George Floyd, many other such phrases on merchandise were also showing up on Amazon.

"It shows that [Amazon is] bending over backwards for this movement like many other companies are," lamented Sgt. Joe Imperatrice, founder of Blue Lives Matter NYC.

In its terms of service, Amazon explains that it "does not allow products that promote, incite or glorify hatred, violence, racial, sexual or religious intolerance or promote organizations with such views." These rules apparently do not apply to anti-police products.

Back in January, the Media Research Center identified some 204 examples of merchandise sold on Amazon that violate these terms. Hateful content against President Donald Trump, Republicans and police officers is all over the platform.

One product depicts Trump getting his brains blown out with a firearm, along with the slogan, "Where is Lee Harvey Oswald now that we really need him?" Another t-shirt, black in color, contains the phrase in red letters, "Kill All Republicans."

The latter product actually appeared in Amazon's sponsored listing section, meaning Jeff Bezos and his team fully support its sentiment.

"To continue to hawk products emblazoned with this vile phrase puts the lives of Police Officers, and all law enforcement nationwide, at peril and risk," the Association's letter goes on to explain.

Meanwhile, merchandise with phrases such as "Joe and Hoe," referring to Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, is strictly forbidden on the Amazon platform because it supposedly promotes "hate." You can clearly see the double standard in this.

As of this writing, Amazon continues to allow the listing and sale of products on its platform that also contain the phrase, "Blue Lives Aren't Real," suggesting that police lives do not matter.

More related news about Amazon can be found at Evil.news.

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