One of the things that I never understood about the liberal method of what they consider activism is the idea that they do it in place that makes absolutely no sense.
For example, when I got out of the military I was barely getting by and I had to really be picky what kind of food I bought to make sure I had enough. One weekend, the people that ran the resort cottage I was living at asked me if I had been grocery shopping that week.
When I told them no, about ten minutes later a group of people that were on vacation that week hat had to leave on ana emergency came by and dropped off pretty much all the food that they had bought for that week. It was enough food to feed six people for a week. I might as well have been in heaven and one thing…I didn’t care who they were voting for.
A local Idaho food bank though it would be a good idea to try and be non-political, by removing ‘Trump letters’ from free food boxes, in one of the reddest states in the nation. Well, that idea has apparently backfired.
After initial reports of the situation occurring, we can only draw the conclusion that someone was ‘triggered’ as some might put it, by the fact that President Trump’s name was on a letter of free good going out to those in need in the community.
The ‘Trump letters’ were mandated to go into the boxes according to one local news channel, ‘KTBV’. Apparently, someone thought breaking protocol would be a non-political thing to do. Ariel Jackson, the executive director of the Community Food Basket said, “in an effort to stay non-political, we are pulling the letters”.
But apparently many donors to the food bank have fired back threatening their donations, amidst much other fury from folks on social media and other outlets. Some are also supporting the move by the local food bank.
After the backlash though, it appears as though now the decision is being reversed. Apparently ticking off donors who support the president’s letter and accompanying health recommendations have had more clout than those thinking they could go rogue and cost the food bank money, which could, in turn, cause less food to go out to the community, for no good reason in our opinion.
“Community Food Basket” made a post on social media to “clarify” things adding that their “true mission” is to feed individuals and families and that the letters will remain. See post below: