By Jon Dougherty
Supporters of POTUS Donald Trump are getting an assist from restaurant app that works similar to Yelp in that it identifies eateries that are “MAGA friendly.”
According toÂ The Daily Beast, the app helps Trump supporters locate places where they aren’t going to be accosted, yelled at, threatened, banned, or thrown out.
The app, Â 63red Safe, was compared by theÂ Beast‘s Will Somer to the “Green Book” guide that “listed safe establishments for African-American motorists in the South.” The site noted:
Trump supporters who want to grab dinner but are terrified of getting punched by an antifascist â€œAntifaâ€ activist can pull up the app, â€œ63red Safe,â€ and find a list of Trump-friendly businessesâ€”or at least ones that donâ€™t discriminate against conservatives.Â
“I’m trying to position it asÂ an everyday ‘where can I go eat safely’ app,” noted 63red Safe founder Scott Wallace.
The app is basically a conservative version of Yelp, but users rateÂ restaurants and other businesses based on four questions, including whether restaurant ownersÂ post political opinions over social media and whetherÂ customers are allowed to carry guns.
Zero Hedge reported further:
“Does this business serve persons of every political belief?” asks the app. “Will this business protect its customers if they are attacked for political reasons?”
Wallace contrasted and compared the app to a political “fire inspector,” and is confident in its growth as we enter the 2020 election season – when he expects “socialist goon squads” to target Trump supporters for political reasons.Â
“I believe that, between now and 2020, weâ€™re going to see the rise of the socialist goon squad,” said Wallace. “I think Antifa was nothing compared between now and whatâ€™s coming in 2020. And Iâ€™m deeply concerned.”
It’s hard to know how to feel about this app. It’s going to come in handy for a lot of people, sure, but the fact that it’s even necessary is a sad testament to the Left’s state of mind in the Trump era.
Somer’s comparison to the “Green Book” was appropriate.
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