I find it sad that in today's toxic world of PC and politics that a restaurant has to close because of death threats and vitriol due to the OWNERS' personal beliefs. Perhaps it was unwise to express them in such a public manner, but to actually fear for their lives because of their Constitutionally -given right to do so, is unbelievably evil. When did democracy die? I don't necessarily support their opinions, but they DO have a right to state them.

If you don't choose to eat there because you disagree, that is also your right. But to actually force a restaurant to close because of fear? Anybody remember Nazi Germany?

Shari Huffman

East Side

Shari Huffman

East side

Disclaimer: As submitted to the Arizona Daily Star.


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