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Costco Apologizes

"Costco has apparently had a 'Come-to-Jesus' epiphany. The national warehouse chain has apologized for labeling Bibles in a Simi Valley, Calif. store as fiction, calling it an error that they are working quickly to correct. 'We deeply regret the mislabeling of the Bible and meant no offense to anyone,' the company wrote in an email received by several customers. 'The buyer has let us know that this was an error and the books are being pulled off the shelves to be re-marked.' Cue the angelic choirs. That’s a message that resonates with pastor and author Robert Jeffress. 'Christians need to call out organizations like Costco whose actions undermine Christianity – regardless of whether those actions are accidental or intentional,' Jeffress told me. There you have it, good readers. Costco has seen the error of its way and repented. As the Good Book says, 'Forgive as the Lord forgave you.'" - Fox News reporter Todd Starnes, taking a victory lap for the non-story he invented.

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