For some reason, it’s become trendy to express your disdain for the greatest nation our planet has ever seen, and patriotic Americans are getting fed up with it. Such is the case with an America-hating Home Depot employee, who people became enraged with after they saw the hat she was wearing at work.
The employee’s name is Krystal, and an image of her wearing a rather disturbing hat was posted to the Overpasses for America Facebook page on Wednesday, where it didn’t exactly receive a warm welcome. After seeing the message stitched into the front of her hat, it’s really not hard to see why either.
As you can see, Krystal’s hat read, “America Was Never Great,” which is obviously a leftist dig at our nation over its past transgressions. Krystal works at a Staten Island Home Depot location, and my friend and colleague, Eric Reed, phoned the store to see why such a hat was tolerated by the management.
The answer he received might not be what you would think.
Here’s what Eric recalls, via BuzzPo:
Upon being transferred to him following the excessively long sigh from the customer service desk, I was disappointed that I couldn’t understand a single word he said. He had a very thick middle eastern accent, and sadly, I couldn’t even catch the spelling of his name.
The only phrase he said that I did understand was ‘zero tolerance,’ so I’m assuming he’s well aware of this issue. However, according to some of the comments on the Overpasses for America Facebook page, his initial concern was with getting the photo removed from the internet. Not reprimanding his employee!
That my friends is my sole purpose for publishing this article. The management at this store was likely well aware of ‘Krystal’s’ disgusting hat, and they probably could’ve cared less.
Isn’t that lovely? One would think that the manager would at least offer to talk to his employee and let her know such offensive headwear isn’t allowed while she’s working her shift. But instead the manager wanted to stop the image from going viral.
Well, what do you say we defy his wishes?