Trump Delegate Calls Police On Woman For Couponing While Black (VIDEO)

A white store manager, who was also a Trump delegate, called the police on Camilla Hudson, who is black, because she had the audacity to try to use a legit coupon in CVS. We’re seeing a lot of nervous white people calling the police on black people in the news lately. Morry Matson, a self-described Log Cabin Republican from Montana refused to take Camilla Hudson’s coupon because he said it was fake. You know, like his president calls everything he doesn’t like ‘fake.’

Hudson explains on her Facebook page that she was trying to use a coupon that was mailed to her by the product’s manufacturer, but the manager at the CVS pharmacy in Chicago, Morry Matson, claimed that it was fraudulent. After being rude to the woman, with his hands shaking, Matson called the police while Ms. Hudson began filming the incident.

After the police hung up on Matson once, he called back and that’s when Hudson said that the store manager accused her of harassing him. No police action was taken by the three cops who showed up, but we know this could have taken a dark turn, depending upon who the responding officer is.

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CVS Health has apologized for the unnecessary incident, saying that it doesn’t tolerate discrimination against customers and it is investigating the matter.

“CVS Pharmacy does not tolerate any practices that discriminate against any customer and we are committed to maintaining a welcoming and diverse environment in our stores,” CVS spokesperson Mike DeAngelis said. “We have firm non-discrimination policies in place to help ensure that all customers are treated with respect and dignity.”

Hudson said that CVS regional director Joe Haas called her and ‘‘apologized profusely’’ after the incident.

Matson was not only a Trump delegate in 2016 but also a staunch proponent of a bicycle path. Matson led an effort to build an expensive waterfront bike path to a beach, which of course was near his own home, and he claimed that improving the beachfront would basically prevent an influx of “people from the South Side.” To push that measure through, he forged 5 pages of signatures.

The board of elections found that “there was a pattern of fraud, false swearing and total disregard of the requirements of the election code” and so they tossed out the measure.

Matson is just begging to get the meme treatment.


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