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Being in business for 44 years doesn't give you a free pass to act like this.
And by 'this' we mean racist and homophobic — and it's all happening at a restaurant in Enid in Oklahoma.
“I’ve been in business 44 years, I think I can spot a freak or a f*ggot.”
Sigh. Isn't it 2014?
“I don’t deal with these people walking down the street with no jobs on welfare. If I reached over there and slapped the sh** out of you, you should be offended. But to call someone a ‘chink’ or someone call me a bigot, that doesn’t bother me.”
This is the definition of having your priorities wrong, and also the definition of a bigot.
The restaurant garnered attention after a patron complained on Facebook, and now more comments have popped up accusing James of refusing to serve African-Americans, Hispanics and people with disabilities, like Matt Gard.
Gard started off as a patron of the restaurant for years up until just recently:
“He doesn’t like certain people of race, color, ethnicity. Now, he tried to find a weak excuse not to let me in with my wheelchair or the weak excuse of having loud people with me.”
This guy must have killer food… otherwise, why would anyone put up with his awful anti-human bullshizz?
We mean, it's infuriating to hear, and that was before we heard about the t-shirt:
It has derogatory slogans against gays, and it has the N-word right on the front. Oh, and it threatens violence against Muslims, minorities and democrats.
“I really don’t want gays around. Any man that would compromise his own body would compromise anything.”
Let's just stop eating there and supporting things like this. How about that, good people of the world??
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