St. Louis Toy Store Now Peddling Mass Murdering Marxist Action Figures

Out: G.I. Joe
In: Mass Murdering Marxists and America-hating leftists

St. Louis tea party activist Jen Ennenbach saw this displayed at a toy store in the Mills Mall in Hazelwood, Missouri today.

The Oddfellows Revolutionaries Collection includes five figures: Vladimir Lenin, Mahatma Gandhi, Che Guevara, Malcolm X, and Mao Zedong.

Here’s a description of the “toy” for your child:

Viva la Revolución! So maybe you can’t take up arms and join the resistance right now. In the meantime, keeping these guys handy will remind you of your revolutionary roots and let everyone else know that you don’t roll with The Man.

*The set includes five figures: Vladimir Lenin, Mahatma Gandhi, Che Guevara, Malcolm X, and Mao Zedong.

*Each vinyl figure is approximately three inches tall.

*Oddfellows have no moving parts.

*Packaged in a window display box with original artwork and biographical notes.


You just know the same leftists who scream about toy guns will have absolutely no problem with these Marxist action figures.

UPDATE: Jen says she saw the display at LagoonaMagoo Toys.

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