Oath Keepers lose ‘Community Rewards’ donations from major grocer after Capitol riots: report
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The supermarket chain Kroger announced that it is removing a militia group associated with the Jan. 6 Capitol riots from its Community Rewards program, ABC9 reports.

The Indiana Oath Keepers were removed from the program, which Kroger describes as a "customer-directed giving program in which thousands of IRS-approved 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations participate." The Oath Keepers had posted the Community Rewards program on their website as a way to collect donations.

"We were dismayed to learn today this group is part of the Community Rewards program," Kroger's statement read. "Given the concerning nature of the allegations against this organization, we have immediately removed the group from receiving customer-directed funds. Kroger has not directed any corporate grants or charitable dollars to the organization."

Read the full report over at ABC9.