Duck Commander’s Founder Speaks Common Sense to ‘Bathroom Bill’ Issues

While CEOs of companies like PayPal and Salesforce have joined misinformation campaigns to undermine protections for religious liberty in recent months, Phil Robertson, the founder of Duck Commander, is speaking common sense to solving the issue of so-called ‘Bathroom Bills’.

In an email earlier this week from Citizens United, a conservative research organization, Robertson said:

The Judeo-Christian values that led America to greatness are under full assault by the mob mentality of political correctness, and we’re slowly losing our soul… Men should use the men’s bathroom and women should use the women’s bathroom.

The Robertson Family patriarch has built a reputation for his values-based philosophy as the Duck Commander brand has grown with the help of the family friendly Duck Dynasty reality show.

Robertson continues to provide a prime example of corporate leadership that stands for traditional values in the culture wars, a refreshing alternative to the CEOs and companies that have helped push the liberal agenda in states like Georgia and North Carolina.

More coverage on Robertson’s remarks in the Citizens United email is available at The Daily Caller.

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