Jesse Watters: ‘Businesses Shouldn’t Discriminate Against People Because They Support an Amendment Or Not’

‘Some companies can’t take the heat’


WATTERS: "Some companies can't take the heat. This company can. The CEO is a great American. He served in the the -- served in Vietnam. Purple heart. He was roommates with George W. Bush at Yale. The NRA didn't kill anybody. They didn't break any laws. It wasn't the NRA that failed to protect school safety. That was the sheriff and FBI. There are 5 to 10 million people in the NRA. There was an NRA member who shot the shooter in Texas last year. There's a few thousand activists bombarding the companies, you don't have to cave to pressure. Businesses shouldn't discriminate against people because they support an amendment or not."

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