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Billionaire Bernie Marcus, the co-founder of Home Depot, plans to use part of his fortune to make sure President Donald Trump gets re-elected in 2020. The billionaire's net worth varies depending on who you ask. Forbes estimates his net-worth to be $5.8 billion, while Bloomberg estimates it to be at $4.53 billion. Marcus, however, declines to say what exactly he's worth.


Democrats are suddenly hearing the news, a week after the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported about Marcus' plans. And, in typical liberal fashion, they're having a meltdown. 

They've now launched a Home Depot boycott over Marcus' political contributions.


Conservatives pointed out a few very true things about Home Depot:

Out of all of the things liberals could be upset about, this is what they choose? Police officers in Arizona were kicked out of Starbucks and they're not upset. Veterans don't get the treatment they need and liberals aren't upset. 


It's like they're always looking for something to complain about. Always. 

And, in case they weren't aware, people have the free will to do whatever they want with their money. Just like they can choose to shop elsewhere, Mr. Marcus can use his money to help get his candidate re-elected. It's called being an American and participating in the political process. 

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