Liberals Force A Restaurant To Close Because They Don’t Agree With A Facebook Post.
Liberals spat upon the Freedom Of Speech again this week. This Time a small business. Cup It Up American Grill in Tucson, Arizona, was forced to shut its doors after Liberals relentlessly attacked them for a Patriotic Political Post on Facebook. The post just stated their pro-American views such as believing in Our President Donald Trump, Our Military and not supporting kneeling players.
Below the Political Post that liberals felt was so infuriating that the relentlessly attacked the restaurant’s good name.
This was the viral FB post that Cup It Up American Grill posted & deleted after backlash. Restaurant is closed indefinitely. (prior tweet) pic.twitter.com/o4847nNNjF
The post was taken down from Cup it Up’s social media facebook account after liberals terrorized the restaurant. The attacks consisted of spamming the phone lines/restaurant social media with threats and hate.
“People threatened to burn down the restaurant with the owners in it. It’s a crazy world we’re in,” Ron Sanchez, whose daughter worked at the eatery, told ABC15.”
The Restaurant owners were forced to take down the restaurant social media pages after being overwhelmed by negative sentiment.
Ericka Ayup, a regular customer of the restaurant, told ABC 15 the post was not “smart” but respected their opinion.
“I respected their decision to speak up and be patriotic whether people agree or not,” Ayup told ABC 15. “It wasn’t smart for them to do what they did from a business aspect especially being down here in the University — which is more liberal and young.”
The restaurant apologized for the post but social media users flooded the eatery’s Yelp page with negative reviews.
Last Monday, the restaurant posted a statement on its door, announcing it would be closing indefinitely. “We have made a decision to close our doors indefinitely as of today, Monday, October 9, 2017. The safety of our employees and our families is of great concern and is our #1 priority at this time,” the statement said. “We would also like to extend special thanks to our Military and First responders. Thank you all and God Bless.”
Today on Fox the two co-owners Smith and Warren responded to the incident saying that they had expected some discussion but never expected the huge backlash that they received.
“The National Anthem [issue] really struck home with me, as a Navy veteran,” explained Smith. “My take on the national anthem is a patriotic one. I served in the Persian Gulf,” said Smith, who explained that the anthem “took on a whole new meaning” after hearing it sung during a Super Bowl while he was stationed overseas.”
They announced that they would be re-opening their restaurant, but are not sure on the when yet.