Honolulu Cafe Bans Trump Voters

You know those people who keep on calling the rest of us “haters” and “biggits”? The ones who can’t stop gnashing their teeth?

Well, they’ve put up a sign in a little restaurant in Honolulu that says, “If you voted for Trump you cannot eat here! No Nazis!” ( http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/12/27/cannot-eat-here-hawaii-caf-riles-residents-with-ban-on-trump-voters.html )

How do they know who you voted for? The management says they don’t ask you that when you come in, so how do they know? Well, they say, that doesn’t matter much–they just want the world to know they hate haters and are biggited against biggits. Or something like that.

If you’re looking for egomania, arrogance, over-inflated self-esteem, and ignorance mixed with aggression, you can find it all at your nearest liberal.

Let’s see… You’re a baker, and you believe it would be morally wrong for you to take part in a homosexual parody of marriage by creating a special cake for it… and liberals demand the government destroy your business and subject you to “re-education.” But if you’re a baker and you think it would be morally wrong to create a cake for some Trump supporters… hey, that would be all right, wouldn’t it? You’d be a hero!

Yeah, but what if it was gay Trump supporters? Huh? Huh? Well, then you would be in a fix…

5 comments on “Honolulu Cafe Bans Trump Voters

  1. I guess all of these peace and love types have now declared war.

    Truly, the level of hatred in existence is frightening to view. It is at least on par with what happened in WW II. When the supposedly enlightened have to face the fact that they are not so enlightened after all, they seem to become quite vicious.

    What I find daunting is the tenacity of it all. I wish that it would all blow over and we could all get down to the business of making the best of our lives, but I suspect that the liberal block is not going to act peacefully. I don’t desire war with any of them, but I fear that they desire war with anyone that does not go along with their PC agenda.

  2. There is certainly a double standard at play here. And as much as i think it’s a lame thing to do, I think businesses should be able to refuse service to whomever they want. They will just have to accept the loss of business if they do.

    1. Of course you’re right: your business is your property. But then today’s societal bosses are not very big on anybody’s property rights except their own.

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