… Toerance for Me , but not for Thee [#Yuengling lager]…
Posted by paulfromwloh on Saturday,November 12th,2016
.. the gay community is , to me , the most intolerant community that there is .
.. you may wonder why ? ..
.. just ask the owners of Yuengling lager , our country ‘ s oldest – known brewer ..
.. their owners , Richard Yuengling Jr , in particular , endorsed Donald Trump for POTUS . Because of that , a significant number of gay bars in D.C. refused to carry Yuengling lager . Others even threw out their current stash of the stuff .
.. [h/t — TruthRevolt.org]..
.. [link] to the blog post ..
.. just because of one ‘ s politics . Jeez Louise , for crying out loud , that is truly bigoted ..
After Richard Yuengling Jr. endorsed the real-estate mogul, Trump’s son Eric visited Yuengling headquarters in Pottsvile, Pennsylvania, where he said of their support in a news conference: “My father’s going to make it a lot easier for business to function. We’re going to do it right here in the U.S.”
Yeungling reportedly told Eric Trump: “Our guys are behind your father. We need him in there.”
As a result of this wildly offensive endorsement, over a dozen gay bars have banned Yuengling’s product. Establishments like JR’s Bar and Grill in Washington, D.C. cited Trump’s VP Mike Pence as the reason for the ban due to his support for religious freedom while governor of Indiana.
“Pence is one of the biggest idiots ever,” said JR’s owner David Perruzza in a Facebook video, “and very anti-gay–probably one of the most anti-gay politicians ever…We’re saying goodbye to Yuengling here at JR’s. Just so you know, when people support things that don’t support us, then we don’t support them.”
Other bars perpetuating the ban include: Dito’s, Town, Trade, Code, Annie’s, Nellie’s, Colbart, Dik Bar, Stoney’s, Freddie’s, Level One, DC’s Eagle, Number 9, Dirty Goose, 18th & Duplex, Green Lantern, Larry’s Lounge, Ziegfeld’s & Secrets and Kangaroo Boxing Club, Roll Call reported.
The leftists says “tolerance for thee, but not for me.” Had any of these bars been Christian bakeries publicly banning certain ingredients because the owners endorsed same-sex marriage, the left would go cuckoo for Coco-Puffs, which, not without a bit of sad irony, the religious freedom law in Indiana sought to prevent.