SHOCK CLAIM: Hillary Clinton Forces Campaign Parody Taken Down
Hillary Clinton has forced the online store Zazzle to remove from its site a bumper sticker mocking her presidential campaign over an alleged trademark infringement.
The bumper sticker was offered by Marinka Peschmann, an author who published two investigative books about the Clintons: The Whistleblower: How the Clinton White House Stayed in Power to Reemerge in the Obama White House and on the World Stage, and Following Orders: The Death of Vince Foster, Clinton White House Lawyer.
Peschmann recently posted a notice to her site:
“Note: Take down! This bumpersticker is no longer available. Hillary for America’s legal department lodged an intellectual property right’s holder trademark complaint against HILLPoP2016’s latest styles. While HILLPoP2016 thinks our H is different (the arrow faces left and is orange for instance), one must pick their battles. HILLPoP2016 respects Zazzle’s decision regarding their terms of service agreement and wishes more corporations would enforce them.”
Peschmann has an assortment of anti-Hillary Clinton campaign material at her Zazzle page with similar parodies of the Clinton 2016 logo. Most of Peschmann’s merchandise feature a variation of the question: “Hillary 2016 Prison or President?”
Clinton debuted the logo, which features a blue H with a red right-facing arrow on a white background, when she announced her candidacy in April.
Source: Twitter via CNN