OMG, the entire MAGA universe is populated by grifters.
A Utah-based apparel company known for its inflammatory T-shirts that often espouse pro-Second Amendment and pro-Trump messages was ordered to pay a hefty fine by the Federal Trade Commission for falsely claiming some its products were made entirely in the U.S.
Lions Not Sheep and its owner Sean Whalen were hit with a $211,335 fine last week after the FTC found the company removed “Made in China” tags, replacing them with phony “Made in the USA” labels, according to a news release.
It’s the latest development after a complaint was filed by the FTC in May.
A reference to the saying “a lion doesn’t lose sleep over the opinion of sheep,” the company made waves during the pandemic in response to mask mandates and COVID-19 restrictions, with shirts that read “give violence a chance,” depict Donald Trump as the Terminator and frequently feature military-style rifles.
You can read the rest of Kyle Dunphy’s Deseret News article at this link.