DAILYKENN.com -- Hello, Jim Crow.
They vociferously advocate tolerance and inclusion while practicing the opposite.
Civil people no longer refer to blacks as the 'n' word, but leftists continue to heap hate on patriots with the 'r' word ("racist") and exclude them.
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There is a not-so-subtle difference, however.
Restaurants in the Jim Crow era seldom excluded blacks; they simply accommodated them in the "colored section."
Leftist moonbats are much worse: They totally exclude those they hate.
• For the record: IMHO, private businesses should have the legal right to include/exclude whomever they wish for whatever reason; including gays and Trump backers. Government institution, such as schools, should be compelled to accept all legal citizens.
• This, by the way, will never be an episode on "What Would You Do?"
Imagine an episode in which a decoy wears a MAGA hat into a restaurant. An actor pretends to heap scorn and hate on the Trump backer. When a patriot steps up to stop the bigotry, John Quiñones enters the frame to congratulate the hero for his courageous intervention.
Ain't gonna happen.
From Fox News ▼
Fordham College Republicans Kicked Out of Campus Coffee Shop Because of MAGA Hats
Members of the Fordham University College Republicans club were recently asked to leave an on-campus coffee shop because they were wearing "Make America Great Again" hats.
In a video obtained by Campus Reform, an employee at Rodrigue’s Coffee House, which is run by a student club, told the College Republicans they had five minutes to get out because the hats violated the cafe's “safe space policy.”
“I don’t want people like you supporting this club," she says in the video. "No one here wants people like you supporting our club. I am giving you five minutes.”
"You are wearing hats that completely violate our safe space policy,” she continues. “I'm telling you to take it off or you have to go.”
On "The Story," one of the College Republicans who was ordered to leave the cafe, Aaron Spring, spoke out about the incident.
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