Ben & Jerry’s Launches Antifa-Inspired Ice Cream Flavor, Pecan Resist

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Ben & Jerry's Launches Antifa-Inspired Ice Cream Flavor, Pecan Resist
Ben & Jerry's Launches Antifa-Inspired Ice Cream Flavor, Pecan Resist

USA –-(Ammoland.com)- Ben & Jerry's Launches Antifa-Inspired Ice Cream Flavor, Pecan Resist.

The Vermont-based ice cream company announced that they’re launching a brand new flavor celebrating groups that “resist the Trump administration’ efforts to make America great again.

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  • 11 thoughts on “Ben & Jerry’s Launches Antifa-Inspired Ice Cream Flavor, Pecan Resist

    1. Ben & Jerrys has always been a company run by a couple of communists. I have never had their ice cream, and intend to continue that trend, for rest of my life.

      1. @Raymond Miller, Ben & Jerry have been poison the minds and bodies of Americans for more than … what … twenty-five years

      2. @ Raymond Miller

        Yes they are,however they sold out,the company that manufactures ice cream, frozen yogurt, and sorbet. It was founded in 1978 in Burlington, Vermont, and sold in 2000 to Anglo-Dutch conglomerate Unilever. Today it operates globally as a fully owned subsidiary of Unilever.

    2. With all those jobs Trump created, the Democrats are running out of excuses not to work now, hence why they are resisting.

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