Costco FaceBook Page Slammed With Criticism Over Pulling D'Souza Book
If Costco did not realize that pulling Dinesh D'Souza's book America was a mistake before, they must realize it now. The Costco FaceBook page is plastered with complaints from individuals hitting the giant box store for what they believe is a political hit job on the conservative author."I wonder if the CEO of Costco has a poster of Stalin on the wall?" asked one poster. "I'd rather eat crap than anything from your store," another poster said.
One FaceBook poster wrote,"Taking a page from their favorite community organizer-in-chief. Just lie. Freaking scammers, who wants to shop where they sell you a membership so you can buy from them, what you can buy anywhere else without a membership for the same price. I never got that."
Costco CEO Jim Sinegal, an Obama supporter gave more than $20 million to Democrats during the 2012 election cycle. His company got into hot water before over its book section when they had to apologize in November of 2013 for labeling the Bible as fiction.