Washington State Restaurant Bans Police Officers

It’s becoming increasingly clear that no event is tragic enough to get some on the left to rally behind our nation’s police. Despite the fact that last week’s Black Lives Matter rally in Dallas provided the most deadly day for law enforcement since September 11th, many police are finding that they’re still not being embraced by liberals across the country.

In fact, the situation seems to be getting worse. It’s as if the murder of five police officers has emboldened the left’s assault on police — like they’ve won their first battle of many.

The most apparent sign of this is the growing number of liberal establishments that will not allow local police forces on their premises. One local shop in Washington state  — which had served cops prior to the attack — has made this stance official.

The assault on the police continues. In the wake of the Dallas police massacre, many store owners are supporting the anti-police movement by not allowing local law enforcement on premises.

A Washington State sheriff was stunned to learn his deputies were no longer welcome to eat lunch at a local Asian restaurant.
Four Skagit County, Washington, deputies were having lunch at the Lucky Teriyaki restaurant in Sedro-Wolley earlier in the week. When two of the deputies approached the cash register to pay there bill, the owner told them they were no longer welcome to eat at his restaurant, according to a post by the sheriff on the department’s Facebook page.

Sheriff Will Reichardt was stunned to hear of this. He had his chief deputy contact the owner to confirm the information. “The owner not only repeated the request but asked that we spread the word to other law enforcement that they were no longer welcome either.”

While this is an upsetting — and clearly illegal — development, it only makes it easier to decipher which businesses aren’t worthy of patronage.

After fierce backlash the owner issued a tearful apology:

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