Moon Griffon Apologizes to Listeners
The furor over Rouses Supermarket in South Louisiana is still on the front burner in our state. Talk show host Moon Griffon says "I owe the people of the state an apology."
Griffon urged his listeners to shop at Rouses when some folks got upset to learn the co-owner of the grocery store chain had gone to the pro-Trump rally in D.C. The legislative black caucus called for a boycott of Rouse's because of his participation. Donald Rouse was not a part of the storming of the capitol. He was simply attending the rally.
Donald Rouse recently apologized for using "poor judgment" in attending former President Trump's rally the day of the riot at the Capitol. Griffon tells us this is a "gutless" move.
The Advocate reported former LSU basketball player and current Board of Supervisors member Collis Temple Jr. has called for an end to LSU's relationship with Rouses.
"I'm sorry I asked people to go to that store," said Griffon before asking his audience, "Are we going to allow the left to put us in a corner all in the name of a dollar bill?"