Bojangles’ FIRES Manager Who Locked Trump Supporters Out of Restaurant After President’s Rally (VIDEO)

A feel good story for your Saturday America.

The manager of a Bojangles’ restaurant in Charlotte, North Carolina who locked out Trump supporters after leaving a rally for the president has now found himself out of the job.

“To all our Bojangles’ fans. An unfortunate incident happened at our store near Bojangles’ Coliseum earlier this week. A manager made a bad decision to close the dining room. We apologize. That manager is no longer employed by Bojangles’. At a different store, a customer posted a sign that is not true. We welcome ALL customers.

Donald Trump had given a speech to over 10,000 of his supporters at a venue that is less than a ten-minute walk from the restaurant, according to The Charlotte Observer. Michael Furick, who attended the rally, took to Facebook afterwards to recount how he and other Trump supporters were barred from entering the Bojangles’ restaurant.

“Bojangles locked the doors to the Trump rally last night and denied service,” Furick wrote. “Ironic because the rally was at Bojangles arena. @bojangles this is pretty distasteful. I walk up to the door and people are gathered around and stated they would not serve Trump supporters.”

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Sandra Lee Smith
Sandra Lee Smith
3 years ago

Businesses that have multiple outlets,especially those in the public service arena, no longer have the right to refuse service to those with whom they disagree; all they do have a right to do is decline to participate in behaviors; there IS a difference.

Johnny A. Gorman
Johnny A. Gorman
3 years ago

These moronic store managers have to know that corporate is going to come down on them, like a ton of bricks. What are they thinking?