‘If you voted for Trump, you cannot eat here! No Nazis’

Posted by on Dec 28, 2016 at 9:04 am

One of the best parts about the Obama years, other than all the racial healing, is the tolerance displayed by those on the left.

One restaurant wants everyone to know it won’t be serving certain types of people, and it’s not ones without shirts or shoes – it’s Trump voters.

‘If you voted for Trump, you cannot eat here! No Nazis,’ says the yellow sign posted on Cafe 8 1/2 in Honolulu, Hawaii.

The Italian cafe, owned by Robert and Jali Warner, has received some rave reviews on Yelp. But some people weren’t so happy with its serving of politics with a side-order of anti-Trump.

‘This smacks of discrimination!! Like discriminating against a bakery for not wanting to bake a cake for a certain group, or a minister not wanting to perform a gay wedding??? Is this not the same thing??’ asked a poster on the cafe’s Facebook wall.

Just like any Hollywood celebutard, one of the dumbest possible thing in business is to drive away half your potential customer base. Intelligence sure isn’t their strong suit.

‘I come from a country that once banned all people from a certain group from entering restaurants, makes me feel enormously sensitive about your approach; in other words, I don’t see how people can’t be allowed into a bar just because they are black, or gay, or Jewish, or voting for Trump,’ said another.

Jali Warner told Fox News the pair did not plan to ask people whom they voted for, nor would anyone who voted for Trump not be served.

‘Robert just wants to express how much he doesn’t like Trump,’ she told the outlet. ‘If people take it personally or it hurts them, we cannot help. That’s why we say they have [a] choice if they want to come or not come. We don’t force them.’

OK, then don’t ask for any help when you go out of business.

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2 Responses to “‘If you voted for Trump, you cannot eat here! No Nazis’”

  1. Darwin Akbar on 28/28/16 at 9:40 am

    The best thing about free speech is that it permits imbeciles like this to identify themselves.

  2. Dartainian Winslow III on 29/29/16 at 8:46 am

    The irony is so thick you could slice it.
    1930s Germany used to have signs on the front of shops saying don’t shop here because of who owns this store or certain people are not welcome to shop here.