Wal-Mart shoppers in Muscle Shoals, Alabama found more than they bargained for at their local discount store. Some customers were shocked to find promotional material left by the Ku Klux Klan within books they browsed, reported Associated Press. Inserted cards from the Klan said they were a “message of hope and deliverance to America” and solicited donations to help white people, “America’s new minority.”

But Southern hospitality today does not include the Klan. A Wal-Mart spokesperson stated, “It’s definitely not something we want in our store.”

Historically the Klan was once a strong political and social force within the South. Its faithful members would frequently rally for a cross burning, or when angered, burn one on someone’s front lawn. But now it seems the Klan has been forced to sneak around a more popular venue in Dixie—Wal-Mart.


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