After Big League Politics covered Amazon’s decision to remove pro-Trump coffee brand Covfefe Coffee from its platform, the company reached out to Covfefe Coffee to apologize and welcome them back to its platform.
Big League Politics has covered Covfefe Coffee’s many run-ins with the globalist online retail giant, which first demanded it remove the American flag from its advertisements, then claimed its use of “Make America Great Again” could be considered hate speech, and finally removed the coffee brand from its platform after a single user complained to Amazon about the taste of the coffee. (READ MORE: Pro-Trump ‘Covfefe Coffee’ Brand BANNED From Amazon)
After our coverage, Amazon reached out to the company, saying it re-processed the appeal it previously declined twice, and would gladly allow the pro-Trump coffee brand back on its website.
As Covfefe Coffee previously pledged to stop “giving money to [our] political opponents,” it replied to Amazon’s notification with the type of corporate jargon it received numerous times when attempting to receive answers from the retail giant. This response was provided to Big League Politics, and has been edited for brevity.
Thank you for bending the knee to COVFEFE the world’s best coffee. Your cases have been reviewed and you may not continue to have the world’s best coffee on Amazon:
If you would like COVFEFE, the world’s best coffee, on your platform, email your plan of action to <redacted> and include the following information:
– Identify ideologues you employ and fire them
– Go to church
– Have an American Flag in all of your warehouses and recite the “Pledge of Allegiance” every morning
Here are a few things to consider as you create your plan of action:
– Are you an American company or a globalist tool?
– Are you hiring people on merit or people with the correct “groupthink?”
– Do you think targeting businesses with opposing world views is going to go unnoticed?
– Do you honestly believe we think Amazon shutting down our listing, dismissing our initial appeals, and then walking back its decision to shut down our listing a day after conservative outlets report on your shenanigans isn’t politically motivated?
– Are you ready for Donald Trump to be reelected?
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FBI Arrests Hacker Connected to Katie Hill’s Campaign for Taking Down Primary Opponents’ Websites
This is real election interference.
The FBI has arrested a California man connected to former Congresswoman Katie Hill for taking down the websites of two of her campaign opponents in 2018.
Arthur Dam was arrested Friday on charges of hacking into the websites of two Democrats who opposed Hill in the 2018 Democratic Primary for California’s 25th District. According to a criminal complaint regarding the arrest, Dam orchestrated a cyber attack on websites of two of Hill’s primary opponents, Jess Phoenix and Bryan Caforio. Both of their websites were disabled during a crucial moment of the primary, which Hill went on to win.
It was suspected during the primary that Hill was connected to the campaign website hacks, considering her own website was still intact. Dam’s connections to the former member of Congress- who was forced to resign from office in 2019 in light of a sex scandal surrounding her intimate affairs with a congressional staffer- appear to make that a likely possibility.
Dam is married to Hill’s former campaign fundraiser and district director in Congress, Kelsey O’Hara. In campaign finance records, Hill lists an in-kind campaign contribution for “graphic design and website security consultation.”
Some coincidences are merely just that. But it’s extremely hard to ignore Kate Hill’s “website security consultant” getting arrested for hacking into the campaign websites of her congressional primary opponents.
Hill has reinvented herself after her resignation from Congress as a result of the sex scandal, seemingly viewing herself as a victim.
Sexual involvement with subordinate employees is arguably a severe lapse of ethical judgement in any workplace. Perhaps one could forgive such poor decision-making, even if it’s made by a Member of Congress obligated to a higher standard.
But the lasting hacking arrest of Hill’s campaign security consultant make it likely that the former Democrat Congresswoman has more to answer for her own personal lapses in judgement.
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