Kenji, Wursthall, and Politics


#1

Thoughts?


#2

I saw his tweet this week.
I’m not going to get into a discussion on whether or not he has the legal right to do this. I’m not even going to get into whether or not I agree with him.
I do, however, wonder about the nut jobs or kooks who get wind of this and may try to harm him, his family, his business, his staff, or anyone near their hemisphere.


#3

Do they even have those people in SF? Seems a non-issue.


#4

Look at their Yelp reviews. :face_with_raised_eyebrow:


#5

Somebody who supports Trump by wearing such a hat also supports his racist rethoric and politics. If somebody would go in a restaurant wearing a KKK hood very few would disagree that it is OK to refuse service to such person - MAGA hats are the KKK hoods of our time


#6

If I were Kenji, I would open up two restaurants. One would only serve the MAGA crowd and the other one serves everybody else. Both sides will then have a feel-good factor to eat at the restaurant. :joy: #profitcity


#7

This.


#8

No kidding. That’s nuts. This is what I was worried about…and it’s just the beginning.


#9

Good for him. I want to make a trip there just to support him. Takes guts.


#10

aaaand it’s gone


#11

Thanks. I had shared the OP on FB and I have a friend who lives in San Mateo and who goes there. She had commented that she would go MORE for that reason. I just sent her an update.


#12

Yup. Caved!


#13

I only read a few of the yelp comments but there was enough anger there that I’m guessing staff was being threatened. I wouldn’t use the term “caved.” My friend in SM had this to say: " I read his response and intend to go in more often and tell them this is why I am there. PEOPLE S ‘
responses are crazy !!


#14

:roll_eyes: Twitter!


#15

I have yet to see one of those hats in the Bay Area.

Don’t be tempted to go due to the unwarranted publicity.