Restaurant Owner Refuses Service To Biden Supporters: 'Worthless, Inept And Corrupt'
The shoe is all the way on the other foot this go-around. Only, instead of shaming supporters out of their business using loud-mouthed bully tactics, As liberals did with Trump supporters, a Florida business owner hung up a sign. The owner was motivated to ban Biden supporters after the deaths of 13 service members in Kabul—All horrific victims of an ISIS-K terrorist attack.
A sign posted in the window of the DeBary Diner flatly tells would-be customers to turn around if they back Biden and his administration following Thursday’s attack by ISIS-K at the Kabul airport, WOFL reported.
“If you voted for and continue to support and stand behind the worthless, inept and corrupt administration currently inhabiting the White House that is complicit in the death of our servicemen and women in Afghanistan, please take your business elsewhere,” the blunt notice reads.
The Florida restaurant owner, Angie Ugarte, noted that the Biden administration was "corrupt" and "complicit in the death of our servicemen and women in Afghanistan." She told Fox 35 Orlando that she felt it was the only thing she could do, adding that she was angry and "was just let down."
She's not wrong. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin instructed more than a dozen of the department’s top leaders around the world to make preparations for an imminent “mass casualty event,” according to classified detailed notes of the gathering shared with Politico. So far, a spokesperson for the Department of Defence was more irritated with the leak of Intel than interested in disbanding that information.
Pentagon spokesman John Kirby on Monday slammed an “unlawful” leak to Politico revealing that the deaths of US troops in last week’s Kabul airport bombing could have been averted, as the Pentagon was aware hours in advance of an imminent “mass casualty” attack.
“I am absolutely not going to speak to a press story that was informed by the unlawful disclosure of classified information and sensitive deliberations here at the Pentagon — just not going to do it,” Kirby said.