Adorama Apologizes for Employee Who Refused Service Over Politics
2 monthes ago - By Peta Pixel
Adorama is publicly apologizing after an employee sparked controversy and backlash by refusing service to a prominent political figure who walked into the Manhattan camera superstore.
The incident occurred on Thursday, July 5th, when Brandon Straka walked into Adorama to purchase camera equipment. Straka, a self-professed “former liberal” conservative, is the founder of WalkAway , a movement that encourages Democrats to abandon their political party.
The Epoch Times reports that after spending over an hour selecting the camera gear he wanted, Straka was recognized by another customer in...
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