A Trump supporter who says he was harassed by employees at a Cheesecake Factory for wearing a MAGA hat has hit back at his critics by saying ‘I love Trump, he’s what America needs’.
Eugenior Joseph, 22, said employees started hounding him while he was dining with his girlfriend’s family at the restaurant at the Dadeland Mall in Miami, Florida on Mother’s Day.
The confrontation started when one female employee came over to his table, and noticed him wearing a MAGA hat. One witness says the employee then signaled for some of her co-workers to come over, and pointed out the hat.
Her finger was literally on top of his head, we were all looking at her like “what is happening?”‘ one witness told The Daily Wire. ‘She was pointing at him, calling her other coworkers, telling them to look at this guy wearing a Make America Great Again hat.’ Witnesses say about a dozen employees gathered around the table, and started chanting for Joseph to be thrown out.
His girlfriend, Izabella Victores, wrote on Facebook about how the confrontation was especially troubling for her elderly grandmother and little sister. ‘All of these threats and aggression were done in front of my 80-year-old grandmother and 8-year-old sister who were terrified. ‘This was supposed to be a simple mother’s day celebration, and instead we were threatened and harassed by an entire restaurant of employees,’ she wrote. As the family got up to leave, they say the manager followed them out and said that some of the employees had admitted to their actions and were sent home.
Police officers met them outside the restaurant and made a report, but didn’t file any charges, according to multiple witnesses who spoke with the Daily Wire. Cheesecake Factory has since released a letter of apology and has since fired two employees.
Clearly, the man and woman’s race was also a source of contention and not just the red hat that identifies the man as a Trump supporter. The source of this sin is jealousy and envy. Before you let your emotions rule you, pause, and recall your purpose. It is always important to know your own vision for life and be more concerned with that, then the vision of another.