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South Dakota Vendor Banned For Selling Racist 'Runnin' N****r' Targets At Gun Show

A South Dakota vendor at a gun show was banned for selling racist targets to his customers. 500 were sold, so what does it say about the clientele?

Conservatives really hate being called racists. Everybody should really, but when you're being a racist, it shouldn't surprise you when you are called out for being one. I know some of these upstanding Americans really don't believe they are being racist when they say or do racist things because - freedom!

I wonder how this chap would deny his racism after trying to sell an official "Runnin' N*&&&r" target?

The national spotlight may be on Ferguson, but there’s racism and discrimination all over, and today, that was very apparent at a Sioux Falls gun show.

A vendor snuck offensive targets by organizers at this weekend’s Collector’s Classic Gun Show – and fiercely defended his sales.

Organizers tell us they’re “disturbed and disgusted” to see a vendor selling the product. And the salesman is now banned from the local gun show.

500 were sold, so what does it say about the clientele?

Guess what? This racist pig did try and deny his racism.

"Why are those on there?" KSFY's photographer asked.

"Why aren't they?" the vendor said. "They're just targets."

"Aren't they offensive in nature?" the photographer asked.

"To who? Are you a negro? You know there's some black people and then there's some negroes." I sold 500 of them this weekend so what difference does it make?"

OMFG.

What's his definition of a negro anyway?

Hey, if sales are good, then it's A-OK.


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