Car manufacturer Dodge faced backlash Sunday and Monday for a Twitter banner that social justice advocates attempted to link to the Charlottesville riot.
Dodge’s wallpaper read “Roadkill Nights powered by Dodge,” “drag racing, thrill rides, muscle cars & more,” displaying the date Saturday, August 12 for the auto event — the same date as a Dodge driver killed a woman in Charlottesville, Va.
Dodge replaced the wallpaper in question by Monday morning and they have not responded to the incident.
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