John Schnatter, the former CEO of Papa Johns, just recently stated that he is working on getting rid of the n-word from his vocabulary.

” Colonel Sanders called Blacks [n-word],” Schnatter said during the conference call while going over NFL players kneeling for the national anthem.

John Schnatter
John Schnattner gos to “Mornings With Maria” hosted by Maria Bartiromo at Fox Business Network Studios on September 9, 2019 in New York City. Throughout a current interview with OAN, Schnatter said, “We have actually had 3 objectives for the last 20 months. To get rid of this n-word, in my vocabulary and dictionary and whatever else.”
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Soon after his comments throughout the conference call, Schnatter spoke to KRON 4 news in San Francisco and kept in mind that he did not utilize the word as a racial slur.

” The news media incorrectly and consistently reported allegations of racial bias involving John Schnatter, disregarding and failing to report crucial exculpatory realities relating to both events,” the report stated.

” It’s just amazing, and I used to lay in bed simply going, ‘How did they do this,'” Schnatter said.

Newsweek reached out to Papa Johns and Schnatter for comment however did not get a response in time for publication.

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