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Papa Johns Founder Rejects Charges of Racism By Revealing Hes Been Working for 20 Months to Get the N-Word Out of His Vocabulary

John Schnatter, the founder and former CEO of pizza chain Papa John’s appeared on OAN to reject charges of racism against him, claiming he’s been working “for the last 20 months” to “get rid of this N-word” from his vocabulary.

OAN host Kara McKinney asked Schnatter, who was accused of saying the N-word while speaking on a company conference call in May 2018, why he has been the target of “heinous” and “evil” attacks.

McKinney was likely referring those at Wasserman Media Group, whom Schnatter sued, along with 247 Group, for breaching a contract by recording and leaking information from the May 2018 call.

Schnatter accused Casey Wasserman, head of Wasserman Media, of merely being jealous of him, as Schnatter is a right-leaning self-made man.

The former CEO also noted that several Papa John’s board of directors also benefited from kicking Schnatter out of the chain, claiming it led to a gain of “tens of millions of dollars.”

McKinney continued to ask Schnatter about the insults launched against him, asking Schnatter what he thought of headlines “smearing” his “good name.”

“Um, state of shock,” Schnatter answered, claiming he used to sit in bed wondering how they managed to disparage his name.

“We’ve had three goals for the last 20 months,” he added. “To get rid of this N-word in my vocabulary and dictionary and everything else, because it’s just not true. Figure out how they did this, and get on with my life.”

Watch above, via OAN.

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