90 Miles From Tyranny : National Enquirer Covers Blocked by Publix After Trump Featured on Cover for Past Month

Thursday, December 29, 2016

National Enquirer Covers Blocked by Publix After Trump Featured on Cover for Past Month

Following a month-long series of National Enquirer covers featuring President-elect Donald Trump, the Florida-based Publix grocery chain has directed stores to block the cover of the National Enquirer with white plastic covers to shield allegedly offensive content.The store made the move after receiving customer complaints.


Photos taken at a Central Florida Publix on December 28 show the public being protected from viewing the National Enquirer cover featuring the Trump family. The Enquirer is placed by Publix between other tabloids that do not have censor shields blocking their covers.

Trump’s name and photo was featured on the front page of the Enquirer on issues dated November 28, December 5, 12, 19, 26 in 2016 and the most recent issue dated January 2, 2017 that featured the Trump family on the cover. The publication...



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2 comments:

  1. Central Floridian here, and frequent visitor to multiple Publix in my area. The Donald is on tabloid covers regularly and I see them uncovered all the time. Not sure where this story came from, but I can tell you that they aren't covering them up in my area.

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    1. I don't shop Publix since currently the nearest one is in Asheville, NC and I don't have a "visa" to enter it. A uber-liberal city that has more snowflakes per square mile than San Francisco.

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