Lately, leftists have been waging war on conservatives by being butt-dumplings to them in public. They’re kicking Sarah Sanders out of restaurants. Harassing Senate Majority
Turtle Leader Mitch McConnell. Assaulting children and appropriating their MAGA hats. Yep, leftists are proving their douchebaggery truly knows no bounds.
Here’s their latest act of dickery:
Six Republican campaign volunteers say they were kicked out of an Uber on Saturday as their driver told them “welcome to the resistance.”
The six volunteers were told halfway to their destination in Raleigh, North Carolina, to exit the vehicle at a gas station because the driver “had the right to deny us service.” The six riders exited the car and were told “welcome to the resistance” as the driver drove away.
“It was clear based on our mild conservative political talk that the driver realized we were Republicans,” Russell, who was the rider who ordered the Uber, told The DCNF. After the incident, she received a message from Uber saying that she was inappropriate towards her driver.
“I reviewed the relevant policy
of Uber and we did not use ‘inappropriate and abusive language or gestures’ that would result in the early termination of a ride,” Russell said.
Well folks, apparently having a different opinion now counts as “abusive language” in the eyes of the left.
It’s funny how leftists can’t seem to make up their minds if people have the right to deny service or not. If this were a fancy lad in search of some red velvet, the left would say the baker has to serve them. “Cake is a human right!”
On the other hand, when lefties are dealing with someone they don’t like, they’re suddenly free expression purists. So much for consistency.
Speaking of consistency: