Papa Johns Founder John Schnatter resigns as Chairman

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It seems like Papa John’s founder John Schnatter is back at it again in the news, and this time might be his last.

If you can recall, Schnatter has not had the best experience being in the press!

Back in January he decided to step down as chief executive after his comments about the NFL National Anthem Policy, and now he’s stepping down as Chairman.

Last Wednesday night he was blasted for using the n-word during a conference call back in May.

The company released a statement that said the directors had accepted Schnatter’s resignation:
“Papa John’s will appoint a new Chairman in a couple of weeks,”.

“Colonel Sanders called blacks n—–s,” Schnatter said, before complaining that Sanders never received that backlash that he has received for saying the word as well.


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