This Clothing Company Advertises to Fox News Viewers for a Terrible Reason

This Clothing Company Advertises to Fox News Viewers for a Terrible Reason
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Clothing company founder Scott Jordan of SCOTTeVEST made some widely criticized comments about his customers in a recent Facebook post by calling Fox News viewers, where the company “primarily advertises” its products, “extremely gullible and easier to sell than other networks.”

Jordan’s post goes on to say that he gets to tell the network’s viewers they are “f**king idiots while getting rich off them.”

Jordan and his wife, Laura Jordan, co-founded Scottevest in 2000, according to the company’s website. SCOTTeVEST makes multi-pocketed clothing designed to hold various technology pieces such as cellphones and chargers. Scott was featured in season three of ABC’s Shark Tank in 2012 where he failed to make a deal with the show’s sharks.
 Source: The Blaze

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