Vendor at a fair displays Nazi, Trump flags
A photo of a Nazi flag hanging at a stand at the Bloomsburg Fair in Pennsylvania posted to Facebook has people completely outraged.
Chloe Winters of Scranton posted an image of the flag Sunday night, and within hours it was shared thousands of times:
WNEP took a screenshot of her post before it was deleted due to community standards:
"I was absolutely shocked and appalled," Winters wrote. "This flag represents the brutal and horrific genocide of innocent people. It stands for the hatred and destruction of a religion I feel blessed to be a part of."
Many people have reposted the photo since it was deleted.
Bloomsburg officials told WNEP that the flags were confiscated.
WNEP reports that the fair officials later kicked out the vendor, but not for the flags -- he is apparently a registered sex offender.
The Bloomsburg Fair made its statement on Facebook:
"We were initially unaware of the flag and other merchandise being displayed by a vendor on our fairgrounds. Most posts were made after midnight, and as soon as we were made aware of it early this morning, we took the appropriate action with the vendor to remove those items. Unfortunately, we have over 1200 vendors on our fairgrounds and it's difficult to monitor each one individually. Whenever someone brings something like this to our attention, we always discuss it with the vendor and take any steps to maintain a family-fun atmosphere at our fair."
See how people have reacted on social media: