William sent a message to Richard Fairbank Co-Founder, Chairman, and CEO, Capital One Financial that said:
Dear Mr. Fairbank,
I would like to know how you can continue having Samuel as a spokesperson for Capital One after I have read a recent article that states, "Hollywood star Samuel L. Jackson admits he is so obsessed with race that he wished the San Bernardino massacre was committed by white people.
Jackson, who currently stars in Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight,' told the Hollywood Reporter he was in Hawaii when the Dec. 2 terror attack in California unfolded. His immediate response was to hope a white man was to blame."
I surely wouldn't even consider doing business with a company that supports a racist as a spokesperson.
I do believe that your company is better than that in not supporting racism from wherever it occurs.