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Black Man Wearing MAGA Hat Walks Into Cheesecake Factory, How He Was Treated is Deplorable

So much for that tolerance we always hear so much about.

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Eugenior Joseph, a 22-year-old black Trump supporter walked into a Miami Cheesecake Factory restaurant wearing a MAGA hat and was ganged up on by employees.

This incident seems to fly in the face of the whole “tolerance” garbage pushed by the left, doesn’t it? It’s hard to call yourself tolerant when you’re being racist toward someone based on their political beliefs.

Joseph was with his girlfriend’s family for a Mother’s Day lunch when, according to him, a dozen employees “verbally attacked and made threatening gestures” at him for wearing the hat.

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A woman who reportedly worked at the eatery spotted Joseph and approached him as he sat at his table. According to his account, she began pointing at his hat and gesturing for other employees to come over to his table.

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One of the witnesses to the alleged incident said, “[A female employee’s] finger was literally on top of [Joseph’s] head. We were all looking at her like ‘What is happening?’ She was pointing at him, calling her other coworkers, telling them to look at this guy wearing a Make America Great Again hat.”

The witness added, “Then all the employees started standing there, saying things out loud, like, ‘I’m going to knock his head in so hard his hat’s going to come off.”

“[A male employee] got behind me and another coworker came by and they were staring at each other and he fist bumped him and then he started looking at me, balling his fists, smacking his fists, trying to scare me,” Joseph explained.

“I got up and went to the restroom, my girlfriend followed me, and as we were walking back, a group of [the employees] came out from the back and they just started clapping and yelling, and just screaming things at me,” Joseph added.

After Joseph and those eating with him left, several witnesses noted that the manager of the restaurant told them that several employees admitted what they did and one was sent home.

Law enforcement was notified over the incident, however, Joseph declined to press charges opting to provide them with his account of what transpired.

Here’s how the restaurant responded online:

The color of a person’s skin shouldn’t be an issue when it comes to who they support for political office. Joseph, for example, agrees with Trump’s platform and agenda, thus he supports him. Why should he have to go against his principles just so he can fit into a racial stereotype created by liberals?

It’s hilarious how the same group of people who claim to be fighting racism are the ones most vehemently reinforcing racial stereotypes and behaviors.

Source: TheBlaze, The Daily Wire

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Trump Steps Back From Insurrection Act, But Not Before Military Leaders Issue Strong Rebuke

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Lindsey Graham Weighs In On Mattis Criticism of Trump, Says He’s ‘Buying Into A Narrative’

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