The memorabilia/souvenir shop, “Really British,” faces harassment, insults, and slander.
What is the offense of naming a store in England that sells British stuff, “Really British”?
Personally, it sounds like the kind of thing I might find tacky, whether as a tourist over there or as an American who encountered this country’s equivalent kind of souvenir shop. When I travel, I typically don’t buy such regional items. That’s just me.
But I think my reaction to stuff I don’t care about or even find somewhat tacky is normal: Don’t like a shop? Then don’t bother to go into it or pay attention to it.
But the Moronic Left cannot live that way, as we’ve seen before.