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Anti-Muslim Facebook Post By Wal-Mart Employee Leads To Firing (initiated by terror donator, CAIR)


AP  |  Posted: 09/05/2013 12:08 pm EDT  |  Updated: 09/05/2013 2:15 pm EDT

HAMBURG, N.Y. — Wal-Mart has fired an employee of a western New York store after he posted derogatory comments about Muslim customers on Facebook.

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The firing follows a request by the New York chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations for Wal-Mart to discipline the assistant manager of the store in Hamburg, a suburb of Buffalo.

Along with a picture of Muslim women in traditional dress, the manager’s expletive-filled posting read: “Halloween came early this year. … Do they really have to … dress like that.”

A spokeswoman for Bentonville, Ark.-based Wal-Mart Stores Inc. says company officials looked into the posting immediately upon learning about it and fired the employee.

CAIR identified him as Terry Earsing. He apologized when reached by The Buffalo News (http://bit.ly/13gm2AY) Wednesday.

Along with a picture of Muslim women in traditional dress, the manager’s expletive-filled posting read: “Halloween came early this year. … Do they really have to … dress like that.”

A spokeswoman for Bentonville, Ark.-based Wal-Mart Stores Inc. says company officials looked into the posting immediately upon learning about it and fired the employee.

CAIR identified him as Terry Earsing. He apologized when reached by The Buffalo News (http://bit.ly/13gm2AY) Wednesday.

4 thoughts on “Anti-Muslim Facebook Post By Wal-Mart Employee Leads To Firing (initiated by terror donator, CAIR)

  1. Wal Mart should stand for America. They should not ever fire anyone for expressing themselves. Freedom of speech is a fundamental right of all americans. Wal Mart should put America first and reject the muslim lie.

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  2. Why are they so easily offended? What are they so afraid of? Where are our rights to free speech? We aren’t allowed to think for ourselves? I’m sure people have wondered about why I dress like I do sometimes, it would never even occur to me to go tell on seine. If you don’t want to stand out like a sore thumb and draw attention to yourself, maybe you shouldn’t go out in public. Walmart should have defended the employee and stood by him. Although his post could have done without the expletives, he should not have lost his job over it.

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