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Sarah Sanders Kicked Out of Restaurant Over Ties to Trump
Lefties pride themselves on being masters of "tolerance" and "inclusion." Unless of course your stance on the Donald is anything other than pure disgust. Should you be the type who thinks the Orange One is doing a decent job as president, good luck getting a table in their restaurant.
Just ask Sarah Sanders:
Sarah Sanders has slammed the manager of a Virginia restaurant who refused to serve her and seven family members on Friday night, saying: 'Her actions say far more about her than about me'.
The White House Press Secretary tweeted on Saturday morning that she 'politely left' The Red Hen in Lexington after it was made clear she was not welcome 'because I work for POTUS'.
Sanders has received intense criticism over recent days as one of the most public defenders of President Trump's now reversed policy to separate migrant children from their families.
Last night I was told by the owner of Red Hen in Lexington, VA to leave because I work for @POTUS and I politely le… https://t.co/C5554K1LVJ— Kayleigh McEnany (@Kayleigh McEnany) 1529765588.0
Now, don't get me wrong, the owner of the establishment is well within her rights to chuck out Huckabee. Though, the legality of the head honcho's decision doesn't change our assessment of her.
It's amusing how the left feels about denying service. If a Jesus-loving baker of cakes politely denies a gay couple some red velvet, they're law-breaking bigots. On the other hand, when it's the left doing the kicking, everything's a-okay.
Sarah Sanders handled this situation with class. She didn't run crying into the arms of the ACLU. She simply left and gave her greenbacks to another restaurant. If the owner wants her customers to pass a political litmus test to partake of her cuisine, she's free to do so. Though, if that's the case, I doubt she's going to stay in business for very long. So be it.