PHOENIX - A Valley dad is selling controversial anti-Arpaio shirts to put food on the table.
Jose Flores sells shirts with profane language.
People told ABC15 they don't have a problem with the concept of the shirt, the issue is Flores having his children sell and wear the shirts.
"I know it's not appropriate, but I have to make money," he said. "We aren't bothering anyone. At least I'm not teaching them to sell drugs," said Flores.
Flores is working independently and not for any campaign.
He's been selling the shirts for the past three years, and said it is his best-selling shirt.
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