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Harley-Davidson Inc. and Polaris Inc. are ousting a dealer from their retailer networks after racist comments disparaging Black Lives Matter protesters

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By Gabrielle Coppola

Harley-Davidson Inc. and Polaris Inc. are ousting a dealer from their retailer networks after racist comments disparaging Black Lives Matter protesters were posted to his personal Facebook page.

Activists in Tennessee took screen shots and shared a post made earlier this month on the Facebook page of Russell Abernathy, who owns Polaris, Harley-Davidson and Honda Motor Co. powersports stores in Union City, near the northwest corner of the state.

“I’m sick of this black lives matter,” read the post, which then used an expletive to call for Black people to return to Africa. Abernathy has said his Facebook page — which features a photo of him standing next to a motorcycle and pointing up at a Confederate flag — was hacked, according to Honda.

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