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Uh huh: Costco says decision to pull Dinesh D’Souza’s book from shelves not political; Update: Costco caves

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By Doug Powers  •  July 8, 2014 03:44 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

Word is that Costco has pulled Dinesh D’Souza’s book, “America: Imagine A World Without Her,” from store shelves.

Costco reportedly said the decision to yank D’Souza’s book, which takes on progressivism head-on, was based on poor sales and was not political.

Excuse me for a second…

Just had to get that out of my system.

Poor sales? Hillary Clinton’s book is currently #91 on Amazon and D’Souza’s is currently, er, #1. I think what Costco means is now that D’Souza’s book isn’t available there, it isn’t selling.

I’m betting they still carry this book:

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To reiterate: Costco’s decision to yank a book critical of the kinds of policies Obama has supported and continues to push via pen and phone is not political:

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And don’t forget that even though Costco’s decision to stop selling D’Souza’s book was “not political,” they still do carry baby formula for those who were born yesterday and actually believe that.

The biggest mystery might be how D’Souza’s book ever ended up on Costco’s shelves in the first place. Maybe Eric Holder will investigate.

Update:

Apparently Costco has caved and will restock D’Souza’s book. They’re still claiming the decisions to remove and also restock the book had nothing to do with politics.

**Written by Doug Powers

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