An Open Letter to the Cheesecake Factory on Behalf of Trump Supporters

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An Open Letter to the Cheesecake Factory on Behalf of Trump Supporters

Penny: Here you go, Que­sadilla, salad, here’s your pizza and thanks to Sheldon’s heated dis­cus­sion with my man­ager One Bar­be­cue bacon burger bar­be­cue sauce bacon and cheese on the side.
Shel­don: Thank you
Penny: Go Ahead, eat it, I dare you.

The Big Bang The­ory The Panty Piñata Polar­iza­tion 2008

Hunt Brom­ley: I say Mac waters his whiskey
Jimmy Ringo: Then you’re kinda dumb to be drink­ing here ain’t ya?

The Gun­fighter 1950

Hello:

I would like to speak to you con­cern­ing the rather dis­turb­ing inci­dent this mother’s day past at a Cheese­cake Fac­tory Loca­tion in Miami where a black cus­tomer wear­ing a MAGA hat came in with a party for moth­ers day and was derided and berated by staff at that location.

On one level I’d like to com­mend you for your response, the apol­ogy offered, the dis­missal of the staff involved and the pub­lic state­ment that this is not accept­able behav­ior is all com­mend­able and to the good but it brings to mind an impor­tant point.

The only rea­son why you were able to take that cor­rec­tive action is because your for­mer employ­ees actions took place in pub­lic in the sight of oth­ers with cell phone cam­eras ready and the story went viral.

What if they hadn’t?

What if your employ­ees who hated Trump sup­port­ers in gen­eral and black trump sup­port­ers in par­tic­u­lar enough to make a scene, were cun­ning enough to decide that instead of mak­ing a pub­lic fuss that could be pub­licly reported on and cause them grief, decided to act qui­etly by mess­ing with that gen­tle­man and his party’s food, drink or desert?

Nobody would be any of the wiser and even if the man­ager there knew this hap­pened would such a man­ager be inclined to act? After all to my knowl­edge the peo­ple who were fired were not let go until this became a national issue.

In fact now that it IS a national issue such peo­ple who believe that Trump sup­ports are racist, big­oted nazis who deserve what­ever hap­pens to them are MORE not less likely to com­mit such acts but move them out of the din­ing room and into the kitchen out­side the pry­ing eyes of cus­tomers and their cam­era phones.

There­fore I have the fol­low­ing ques­tion to ask of the Cheese­cake Fac­tory in par­tic­u­lar and to any national eatery, par­tic­u­larly ones in blue states who have sup­ported the left against the right on the cor­po­rate or local level:

What steps, if any, are you tak­ing to assure Con­ser­v­a­tives in Gen­eral and Trump sup­port­ers in par­tic­u­lar, whether we are wear­ing Trump hats pins or not, that we will be able to eat at your estab­lish­ments with­out fear of any employee tam­per­ing with our meal?

With­out an answer to this ques­tion, it would be, in my opin­ion, “kinda dumb” to quote Gre­gory Peck in the Gun­fighter, for any con­ser­v­a­tive to patron­ize your chain.

I think the 60 mil­lion plus Amer­i­cans who voted for Pres­i­dent Trump deserve an answer to my ques­tion and I look for­ward to your pub­lic response to this issue.

P. Ingemi
DaTechGuy

Penny:   Here you go, Quesadilla, salad, here’s your pizza and thanks to Sheldon’s heated discussion with my manager One Barbecue bacon burger barbecue sauce bacon and cheese on the side.
Sheldon:  Thank you
Penny:   Go Ahead, eat it, I dare you.

The Big Bang Theory The Panty Piñata Polarization 2008

Hunt Bromley: I say Mac waters his whiskey
Jimmy Ringo: Then you’re kinda dumb to be drinking here ain’t ya?

The Gunfighter 1950

Hello:

I would like to speak to you concerning the rather disturbing incident this mother’s day past at a Cheesecake Factory Location in Miami where a black customer wearing a MAGA hat came in with a party for mothers day and was derided and berated by staff at that location.

On one level I’d like to commend you for your response, the apology offered, the dismissal of the staff involved and the public statement that this is not acceptable behavior is all commendable and to the good but it brings to mind an important point.

The only reason why you were able to take that corrective action is because your former employees actions took place in public in the sight of others with cell phone cameras ready and the story went viral.

What if they hadn’t?

What if your employees who hated Trump supporters in general and black trump supporters in particular enough to make a scene, were cunning enough to decide that instead of making a public fuss that could be publicly reported on and cause them grief,  decided to act quietly by messing with that gentleman and his party’s food, drink or desert?

Nobody would be any of the wiser and even if the manager there knew this happened would such a manager be inclined to act? After all to my knowledge the people who were fired were not let go until this became a national issue.

In fact now that it IS a national issue such people who believe that Trump supports are racist, bigoted nazis who deserve whatever happens to them are MORE not less likely to commit such acts but move them out of the dining room and into the kitchen outside the prying eyes of customers and their camera phones.

Therefore I have the following question to ask of the Cheesecake Factory in particular and to any national eatery, particularly ones in blue states who have supported the left against the right on the corporate or local level:

What steps, if any, are you taking to assure Conservatives in General and Trump supporters in particular, whether we are wearing Trump hats pins or not, that we will be able to eat at your establishments without fear of any employee tampering with our meal?

Without an answer to this question, it would be, in my opinion, “kinda dumb” to quote Gregory Peck in the Gunfighter, for any conservative to patronize your chain.

I think the 60 million plus Americans who voted for President Trump deserve an answer to my question and I look forward to your public response to this issue.

P. Ingemi
DaTechGuy