Papa John’s Pizza Founder RESIGNS, APOLOGIZES for Saying “Nigger”

Ironically John Schnatter was on a conference call basically saying that it’s not OK to say “nigger” anymore even though Colonel Sanders said it all the time.

The (((PC police))) dug up the info that Schnatter said “nigger” and made him an example of the “We will destroy you” cultural Marxist mindset.

Newsweek

John Schnatter, the founder of Papa John’s Pizza, has a net worth of $1 billion, according to Forbes. The first Papa John’s was founded in Jeffersonville, Indiana, in 1985. It now has over 5,000 stores worldwide employing more than 23,000 people.

Schnatter, 56, resigned as chairman of the world’s third-largest pizza delivery company after using the n-word during public relations training on the issues of race.

Leftards are probably all over social media claiming that Papa Johns pizza is no good and their founder is a piece of excrement.

Meanwhile Colonel Sanders is laughing from the big fried chicken stand in the sky filled with smiling darkies munching on the secret recipe.

“Colonel Sanders called blacks [n-word]s,” Schnatter said during a conference call in May, Forbes first reported, before complaining that Sanders never faced public backlash. He subsequently resigned from the board and apologized for “inappropriate and hurtful language.”

The call was reportedly designed to prevent future public relations gaffes similar to Schnatter’s comments about the NFL, of which Papa John’s was a major sponsor.

He stood down as CEO in 2017 after criticizing the NFL for not cracking down on black players protesting police violence during the national anthem.

Schnatter complained that the lack of action by NFL executives to stop football players taking the knee during the anthem hurt Papa John’s sales.

According to a biography on the company’s website, Schnatter says his father, Robert, and his grandfather “Papaw Ackerson” had “drilled into John the importance of hard work.”

Schnatter’s first job at a local pizza restaurant called Rocky’s Pub Sub when he was 15, where he started as a dishwasher and ended as a pizza maker—the first step on a path that would lead to him becoming a billionaire.

After gaining a business degree from Ball State University, he worked at his father’s failing tavern, Mick’s Lounge, which was on the brink of bankruptcy.

“He knocked down the broom closet of Mick’s Lounge, purchased used restaurant equipment, and began delivering pizzas out of the back of the bar,” according to Schnatter’s biography.

In 1985, when Schnatter was just 23 years old and in the middle of making the family’s foundling pizza business work, his father passed away. A day after the funeral, he was back in the pizza store.

“When the whole world’s falling apart, that’s when you’ve got to hold onto yourself and stay solid, and get through it,” Schnatter said during a 2013 interview on CNBC’s The Big Idea.

“And our world was falling apart but we made the right choice through adversity and it’s really been a blessing ever since. And it’s really the way daddy would’ve wanted it to be.”

The rest, as they say, is history.

Papa John’s 2017 annual report records total revenues for the year of $1.78 billion, with a net income of almost $103 million.

The company has a current market value of $1.57 billion, though its share price fell by 5 percent after Schnatter’s resignation as chairman.

CNBC offers more details.

The company said in a statement late Wednesday night that it will appoint a new chairman in the coming weeks. Olivia Kirtley will act as the company’s lead independent director, it added.

News of Schnatter’s resignation came shortly after Yahoo Sports reported that the Major League Baseball had indefinitely suspended its Papa Slam promotion — a campaign that both sides have collaborated on since 2016.

The MLB confirmed the suspension to CNBC.

Schnatter’s conference call in May came to light after Forbes magazine detailed the incident in an article on Wednesday. The report said Schnatter was on a call with marketing agency Laundry Service when he tried to downplay comments he made about the National Football League and allegedly said, “Colonel Sanders called blacks n—–s.”

Schnatter complained that the KFC founder never faced public backlash. The call was a role-playing exercise for Schnatter to prevent future public relations fumbles.

Never resign. Make them fire you.

Never apologize. It never helps.

11 thoughts on “Papa John’s Pizza Founder RESIGNS, APOLOGIZES for Saying “Nigger”

  1. The jews are over playing thier hand giving the keys to the kingdom to the nogs.. They are now turning on their master…

  2. THIS is insanity of the highest order. The guy resigns from his own company over saying nigger??!!???!!! so effing what? ” NIGER NIGGER NIGGER!!!” There. Hmmm…the earth is still spinning, no one died. well, bless my soul….hmmmm…

    So, every nigger ‘rapper’ is gonna resign now, right? Certainly the head of ‘BET’ , motown records and all the nfl players are gonna resign? in fact, every nigger Ive ever know or have been around is gonna resign, right?
    Right.

  3. In my neighbourhood PJ pizzas are delivered by low IQ brown people who don’t know how to use a sat nav.Their pizzas are OK though.
    When they arrive on time.

  4. My aunt ordered this SHIT one time 10 years ago….The pizza was ALL BREAD very little cheese or sauce…She also ordered “garlic knots”…More TASTELESS DOUGH…..(dough, salt, garlic powder and cheap oil…)…
    She stupidly paid $30 with tax and tip for a pound of dough…..
    This SHIT makes McDonalds look appetizing…
    PLUS this faggy deushbag was advertising on niggerball games supporting that filth….Then the pussy resigns on top of it……I was very happy to see the one near me go out of business a month ago…..

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