Published: Wed, March 13, 2019
Worldwide | By Jermaine Blake

Trump Cultists Launch MAGA Version Of Yelp

Trump Cultists Launch MAGA Version Of Yelp

A new app is aiming to help conservatives find eateries and establishments where they would be "safe" from having their political opinions critiqued while dining. Barring a few high-profile instances of Republican politicians forced out of restaurants by unfriendly crowds - and reports of Trump supporters having MAGA hats flipped off their heads - there is no trend-level data to suggest Americans are being persecuted because of their political affiliation. The app is advertised in the Apple App store as offering "Reviews of local restaurant and businesses from a conservative perspective, helping insure you're safe when you shop and eat!" No. 1, does this location serve all customers regardless of political beliefs?

Will this business protect its customers if they are attacked for political reasons?

In one of the most high-profile cases, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders was kicked out of a Virginia restaurant last June because she works for President Trump.

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If they allow customers to carry weapons legally under concealed carry laws. "There's sort of a general unease among conservatives, and we want to make sure that everyone's safe out there". "There's the open carry question, and does the location have a political presence in their social media?"

Sometimes referred to as a "Yelp for conservatives", the new app - called "63red Safe" - asks users to rate restaurants based on four criteria.

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