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May 30, 2022 View:

A U.K. gin distillery has been taken down by distributors for posting tweets about U.S. protest actions

Recently, a small British gin distillery called Bristol was taken down by its distributors for posting an inappropriate tweet about protest actions in the United States.

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On June 1, Bristol Gin distillery retweeted President Trump"s shoot and looting tweet with the text that it was the mob's choice due to its complex botanicals and flammability to sell its product.

The source of the quote is Walter Headley, the Miami police chief in 1967. And he was taking a lot of radical measures against policing in the black community at the time.

BBC presenter Dan Walker called such tweets malicious, and Bristol has been taken offline by two distributors.