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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A vendor at the Wisconsin State Fair was ordered to remove a controversial t-shirt for sale.

The shirt had "LGBT" written on it, which in this case, stood for liberty, guns, beer, and Trump.

At least one person complained that the shirt was offensive to the LGBTQ community. 

Online, other people took issue with the pro-gun shirts in the wake of two mass shootings over the weekend, but the stand was not asked to remove any others.

CBS 58 spoke to the owner, who says they're not out to offend anyone -- different fairs have different rules.

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KathyLock 14 days ago
It's just more proof that, people don't want guns for protection, they want them because guns make them feel macho. They can play out their, Dirty Harry fantasies, and wear T-shirts with witty sayings on them to push the macho point home. There is no end to the killing and far too many people are loving every minute of it.
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