So a Virginia restaurant kicked out one of TRUMP's fanatical mouthpieces, SARAH HUCKABEE SANDERS.
This is so wrong.
If I owned the restaurant, I would have treated her to a bottle of "two buck chuck" and engaged with her.
I would have interviewed her.
In vino veritas.
She would have had her opportunity to respond, on the record, before video cameras.
Besides, Robert Mueller needs more witnesses. Confession is good for the soul
And the church always welcomes sinners.
Plus, this would be illegal in DC. The DC Human Rights Act bans discrimination based on political affiliation.
Misguided restaurant owner could have waited until after dessert, then noted for the record the tip left, then read a statement on behalf of the entire staff, like the cast of the Broadway Musical Hamilton did with Vice President Mike Pence in 2016.
Misguided restaurant owner ignores the wisdom of Al Gore, who ate at Red Hot and Blue barbecue restaurant, co-owned by Lee Atwater, signing him a campaign poster, "Don't let politics get in the way of good BBQ." It's framed at their location near Annapolis, MD.
The National Restaurant Association policy bans discrimination based on "political beliefs," stating inter alia:
The National Restaurant Association and its affiliated organizations, including the National Restaurant Association Solutions, prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, marital/family status or any other category protected under applicable law.
This principled view is enshrined in the 1964 Civil Rights Act, made possible by the arrests of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and some 1000 other people here in St. Augustine, and tens of thousands throughout AmeriKKKa, where restaurants once refused to serve African-Americans.
The District of Columbia Human Rights Act prohibits discrimination on 20 protected traits:
The DC Office of Human Rights enforces the DC Human Rights Act, which makes discrimination illegal based on 20 protected traits for people that live, visit or work in the District of Columbia. The DC Human Rights Act prohibits discrimination in .