Mac (and cheese) lives matter.
Our moral, ethical and intellectual betters in the MSM believe it’s their mission to demonize police officers. They’ve thrown in completely with the Black Lives Matter movement, in spite of all facts and evidence. So it’s good to see an American industry in 2016 with a bit more common sense: fast-casual restaurants.
Two employees have been fired after a uniformed Virginia police officer was denied service at a Noodles & Company restaurant Monday evening…
The officer was standing in line when the department says a female cook came out from the back and told the cashier, ‘You better pull me off the line, because I’m not serving that,’ gesturing at the officer. The department says the cashier and the cook started laughing, and the officer left.
Now the cashier and the cook are out of a job. That’s not using your noodle, dudes.
An open letter to these two idiots:
It’s nice that you believe everything you read on Twitter, but I hope you’ve learned something from your emotional, ill-informed actions. Somebody like Deray Mckesson can get away with stuff like this. Race-baiting is his job. But if you work at Noodles & Company, you cannot get away with stuff like this. Unlike Deray’s boss, your bosses don’t benefit from stoking people’s fears and dividing them by race. Your bosses are just trying to sell noodles. Becoming known as “the place that won’t serve cops” does not sell noodles.
And now, neither do you two.
(Hat tip: Twitchy)