By: Brian Evans
We have begun tracking businesses who intentionally discriminate and target American’s over political ideology, or because they support President Trump, the ‘Make America Great Again’ movement, or because they are against putting ‘America First’. We will add to the the list as we learn about more and more instances of discrimination. This list is just a beginning. The following is a list of businesses and restaurant’s who have blatantly discriminated against American’s Over political ideological differences:
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was kicked out of the Red Hen restaurant in Lexington, Virginia by the owner because of her work for President Donald Trump, she confirmed to The Daily Caller.
The reports first surfaced on social media after a waiter at the restaurant posted about the incident on social media. The incident comes as several members of the administration have been heckled while dining out because of their work.
Left-Wing Washington, D.C., chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America entered a restaurant that Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen was eating in, and began screaming at her and using vulgarities in front of her, and the other patrons.
During the episode, you can see the patrons of the restaurant sitting quietly, as the Occupy Democrats entered and screamed vulgarities and hurled insults at Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen. Even the Mexican restaurant’s, staff refused to intervene, or even call authorities as an attempt to ensure the safety of DHS Secretary Nielsen, or other patrons.
The Daily Caller spoke to the manager on duty for the MXDC Cocina Mexicana Restaurant. He refused to give his name, but he said…
“We are not upset the protesters came here and we are not upset even if it was any of our staffers [who tipped off] the protesters. We are happy about what happened.”
Manager, MXDC Cocina Mexicana Restaurant in Washington D.C.
Philadelphia accountant Greg Piatek, was kicked out of the Happiest Hour bar in New York City after the bar for allegedly wearing the infamous red ‘Make America Great Again’ hat.
Hawaii cafe posts sign on door to Trump supporters: ‘You cannot eat here! No Nazis’
Katie Richter, a 27-year-old St. Louis native who currently lives in Aspen, CO, attended inauguration to show support for President Trump. She even hit up one of the inaugural balls (Heartland States Society Ball) with her date and snapped plenty of photos to commemorate her trip to D.C.
However, when Richter went to Suitable For Framing in Aspen to frame some photos and memorabilia like her inaugural ball ticket, she was denied service because of her support for Trump.
COLONIAL HEIGHTS, Va. — Shannon Riggs and her cousins expected some push back from protesters when they attended presidential candidate Donald Trump’s rally in Richmond. They did not expect what happened when they stopped for dinner on the way home.
Dressed in Donald Trump shirts and hats, the family walked up to the window at the Cook Out on Boulevard in Colonial Heights to order burgers and milkshakes.
“As soon as we got to the window, someone inside said ‘Hell no! I’m not serving them,'” Riggs recalled.
After a few minutes of discussion behind the window, their orders were eventually taken.
“Everyone was laughing and giggling,” Riggs said about the uncomfortable situation.
She said at one point, an employee yelled out an order was ready, but when her cousin went to the window to claim the food, she was told, “Oh not for you!”
Joey tweeted on this last night.
Tonight I was kicked out of @dontitova because I work for the Trump Administration. I politely left.
— Joey Cortese (@JoeyCortese45) July 25, 2018
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