Florida restaurant owner tells Biden supporters to ‘take your business elsewhere’
Florida restaurant owner angry over the deaths of US soldiers in evacuation from Afghanistan has message for supporters of President BidenJoe Biden Australia accepts 0.5 billion tank deal with US: Jim Jordan report rejects Jan 6 panel request to cooperate with Senate Ice Change SALT inquiry MORE: “Take your things elsewhere.”
Angie Ugarte, the owner of DeBary Diner, posted a sign on the front door of her establishment that caught the attention of Fox 35 Orlando.
“If you voted for and continue to support and support the worthless, inept and corrupt administration that currently resides in the White House and is complicit in the deaths of our military personnel in Afghanistan, please take your things elsewhere,” he said. panel.
Ugarte told local media that she posted the sign the same day that 13 U.S. servicemen were killed in an attack on Kabul airport in Afghanistan, which also killed dozens of Afghan civilians.
“I was just angry. I was just disappointed,” Ugarte said. “I felt like one of those mothers, or wives, or sisters who would knock on the door.”
Ugarte told Fox 35 that many of her regular customers are veterans and that she believes the Biden administration is to be blamed for the deaths in the evacuation in Afghanistan.
“If you’re really, really still behind what made it happen and how it happened – which was unnecessary – so I really don’t want to be associated with you in any way and I certainly don’t want your business, ”Ugarte said.
The restaurant owner said customer reactions to the sign were mixed.
“I saw people come to the door and look at her, turn around and walk away. And I saw people come into the kitchen while I was cooking and say, ‘Hey, I like your sign.’ “, Ugarte mentioned.
She told Fox 35 that she plans to retain the listing for as long as U.S. citizens remain in Afghanistan.
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The Defense Ministry announced last week that 11 Marines, a Navy hospital and an Army staff sergeant were killed in the attack by ISIS-K, the state affiliate. Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, at Hamid Karzai International Airport.