Coffee shop fires transgender employee for throwing out conservative customer

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Marilyn Synek was thrown out of a coffee shop by a transgender employee

WashingtonExaminer. A transgender coffee shop employee in Lincoln, Nebraska, was fired for telling a customer never to come back because she supported conservatives. 

“I went into [Cultiva Espresso & Crepes] for breakfast like I do once a week,” Marilyn Synek, 23, described the incident to the Washington Examiner on Thursday. “An employee approached me, called me by name, and started yelling profanities at me. [The employee] asked me to leave and informed me that if I tried to come back, I would be denied service because of my ‘bigoted’ views.” 

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Synek remembered being told, “You are f–king bigoted trash, and we do not want you in our restaurant. Over 80% of the people who work here are queer. You are not f–king wanted in our restaurant, so get out and don’t come back!” 

Responding in a statement on Facebook, the coffee and crepe shop wrote in part, “The employee was fired almost immediately, and the rest of the day has been spent apologizing to the customer. While we’re proudly liberal personally, and believe in human rights and diversity to the fullest degree, let it be known that we would *never* condone treating a customer this way. We’re running a business, and we try to instill professionalism in our staff, usually successfully.”

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4 COMMENTS

  1. It doesn’t matter we are all entitled to our own opinions. I didn’t like Obama’s views, so now I’m a racist. Deal with it and don’t label me. We may not agree but we all have to live together. So is not making a cake any different than her refusing service. She is a racist! Because I want to make America Great, I’m a racist you should want to make the greatest country even better. God bless our President Trump for making our country a better place to live.

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