Walmart Sold ISIS Flag Cake After Refusing To Allow One Displaying Confederate Flag

A Louisiana man whose request for a cake displaying a Confederate Flag was denied requested one showing the ISIS Battle Flag and received it. Chuck Netzhammer posted a video on YouTube showing the cake with the ISIS flag demanding to know why anyone could order one and yet could not get one showing the Confederate flag.

Netzhammer was upset when his request for the Confederate Flag cake with the words “Heritage Not Hate” was denied. He then decided to order one with an ISIS Battle Flag design to see what would happen. The store is located in Slidell, Louisiana. Click here for more.

According to Walmart the person who was decorating the cake didn’t understand what the design meant. It should be noted that the words and letters on the cake were written in the Arabic language, the cake designer apparently couldn’t read it. A spokesperson for Walmart told ABC that the cake was a mistake. “The cake should not have been made and we apologize.”

Walmart had earlier promised to remove all items displaying the Confederate Flag from both their physical and online stores. The removal was ordered after the June 17th church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina. The move has upset some people who see the Confederate flag as a symbol of Southern American culture and not one of repression.

A Louisiana man whose request for a cake displaying a Confederate Flag was denied requested one showing the ISIS Battle Flag and received it. Chuck Netzhammer posted a video on YouTube showing the cake with the ISIS flag demanding to know why anyone could order one and yet could not get one showing the Confederate flag.

Netzhammer was upset when his request for the Confederate Flag cake with the words “Heritage Not Hate” was denied. He then decided to order one with an ISIS Battle Flag design to see what would happen. The store is located in Slidell, Louisiana.

According to Walmart the person who was decorating the cake didn’t understand what the design meant. It should be noted that the words and letters on the cake were written in the Arabic language, the cake designer apparently couldn’t read it. According to Brian Torchin, A spokesperson for Walmart told ABC that the cake was a mistake. “The cake should not have been made and we apologize.”

Walmart had earlier promised to remove all items displaying the Confederate Flag from both their physical and online stores. The removal was ordered after the June 17th church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina. The move has upset some people who see the Confederate flag as a symbol of Southern American culture and not one of repression.