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NEWSMAX: A North Carolina county is banning Coca-Cola vending machines from its office buildings due to the company’s politics.
Surry County commissioners sent a letter to Coca-Cola saying they were banning the machines in county-owned buildings due to the Atlanta-based company’s criticism of Georgia’s new voting laws.
The commissioners voted 3-2 to ban the machines, according to WRAL.
“Millions of Americans believe that the last presidential election was not held in a fair manner and that more voter fraud will occur in the future if elections are not more closely monitored and regulated,” wrote Eddie Harris, Surry County’s longest-serving commissioner.
Harris, saying it was time someone spoke out against left-wing politics, told WXII 12 he hoped Surry County’s action will spread across North Carolina. He added the problem goes beyond Coke.
“Yes, we are trying to cancel Coca-Cola,” Harris told WRAL. “To use their tactics against them.”
Harris told WRAL the ban was a way to take a stand against “cancel culture,” and the idea that progressives are trying to silence conservative voices. READ THE FULL STORY AT NEWSMAX.COM.