…who are the ones most akin to Nazis in this story?
Café 8 ½ in Honolulu, Hawaii, is facing harsh criticism for hanging a sign on its front door that tells voters who cast their ballot for President-elect Donald Trump to eat elsewhere.
“If you voted for Trump you cannot eat here! No Nazis,” reads the yellow sign, as reported by Fox News on Tuesday.
Obviously, it’s unenforceable—an excellent example of virtue-signaling, as the owner’s wife seems to admit:
Robert [the owner] just wants to express how much he doesn’t like Trump. … If people take it personally or it hurts them, we cannot help.
Now, why on earth would anyone take being called a Nazi personally?
For good measure, the owner’s wife added a kumbaya moment:
“We don’t want to create trouble,” she said. “There is enough trouble in the world.”
Peace. Love. Don’t come to our restaurant, you Nazi Trump-voters. You know who are are, because we certainly don’t.
[NOTE: Hawaii went for Clinton, 62% to 30%, so Trump received more votes there than I would have thought.]