I was in the BP station in North Mankato last Thursday when a guy walked up to the counter to complain that a candy bar that he was holding in his hand was made in Poland. He then proceeded to complain to everyone within hearing distance that the maker of the Oreo candy bar, which was Mondelez, had a foreign-sounding name and, therefore, was a foreign company. He then pontificated that the BP station should sell goods and services that were only made in the United States by citizens of the United States.
Of course, if the idiot had pulled out his iPhone, which was manufactured in China, and had used Google, the co-founder of which was Russian, to determine the facts about Mondelez, he would have quickly discovered that the company is a U.S. Company with its headquarters in Deerfield, Illinois. But, there this moronic President Bannon supporter was, proclaiming that the clerk behind the counter was not a patriot because the store owner was selling an Oreo candy bar that was made by a company with a foreign-sounding name. Of course, he was standing in a BP station, which is franchised by a foreign company, that was selling gasoline made from foreign oil, dressed in clothing made by foreigners in factories situated on foreign soil, with a cellular telephone made in China, complaining about a candy bar made by an American company. Then he went out to his automobile, most of which was made by foreign workers situated on foreign soil, and drove away on an asphalt pavement that was derived from foreign crude oil.
Yes, he did buy the candy bar.
It clearly takes an idiot to be a supporter of President Bannon.
I hope that this helps.
Nathan A. Busch