Sarah Kendzior is a writer from St. Louis. She wrote a book titled The View From Flyover Country: Essays by Sarah Kendzior. You’d think from that title it is an honest explanation to coastal elites while life in Middle America is like. It’s not. It a book by a wannabe coastal elite wanting entrance into elite society, criticizing Middle America using every elite talking point.
She took a drive through Alabama for some reason and stopped for gas. She Tweeted this.
Rural Alabama gas station. I was there getting a Snickers. pic.twitter.com/eGraFplA43
— Sarah Kendzior (@sarahkendzior) March 18, 2018
Of course, the elites and progressives in her Twitter feed were in a panic.
I can’t confirm this, but I think that is Chambley’s in Valley, Alabama. It’s a hunting and outdoor store that also sells gas. It is along the Alabama/Georgia border right off Interstate 85, outside of Troy.
That also makes sense because I doubt that a wannabe elite would stray to far from the Interstate in Alabama.
As for us who live there, all I can say is “Go ‘Bama.” Welcome to the land of freedom where a business owner can get an FFL and sell what he wants.
It’s not just the guns that upsets these people but that idea of business freedom. How dare a man sell guns, gas, and candy!?!
Hell, I’ll tell you right now, when I start my own business I’m getting an FFL. Why? Because I want one, can afford to have one, and Alabama will let me.
I’m going to put my 30 round mags next to my 20 oz sodas just to piss Michael Bloomberg off.
My business, my choice.