Kroger pulls militia group Oath Keepers from Community Rewards donation program

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Kroger said Indiana South, a militia linked to the violence that took place in the US Capitol Building on Jan. 6, will be immediately removed from its community benefits program.

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Kroger pulls militia group Oath Keepers from Community Rewards donation program

According to a company statement released Tuesday, the Community Rewards Program is a “donation program created by customers of thousands of 501 (c) (3) nonprofits, approved by the IRS.” A community rewards program was released to support the group.

Kroger ‘s statement reads, “We are shocked today to learn that the group is part of the Community Rewards program.” has not made any corporate grants or donations to the organization. “.

According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, the oath taking is “one of the largest radical anti-government organizations in the United States today.”

According to the Associated Press, FBI officials said on Tuesday they foiled an upcoming plot involving two Ohioans and one Virginia to attack the United States Capitol and the Ohio State Capitol. The FBI has collected letters, photos and videos on social media to identify them as part of “department guards.” Donovan Crowell and Jessica Watkins of Champaign County, Ohio were arrested and charged with conspiracy and other federal charges.

In addition, the Associated Press reported that photos and videos of the violence in the US Capitol on Jan. 6 showed people wearing symbols associated with the Oaths’ guards and the Three Centers movement.

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