Sunday, July 21, 2024

Ohio Coffee Shop Owner Asks Supporters of Biden, Transgenderism Not to Come

'If you believe there was nothing wrong with this election ... don't buy our coffee. It's not for you...'

An Ohio coffee-shop owner made an announcement this week asking customers who voted for President Joe Biden or support transgenderism not to shop at his store.

“If you voted for Joe Biden, don’t buy our coffee, it’s not for you. If you believe there was nothing wrong with this election … don’t buy our coffee. It’s not for you,” said Adam Newbold, retired Navy SEAL and owner of C4 Coffee in a video shared to Rumble. 

“If you feel that America is on the right track, and there’s nothing wrong with ‘gender-neutral,’ don’t know which bathroom to use, whichever bathroom you feel like during the day … don’t buy our coffee, ’cause it’s not for you,” he continued.

Newbold acknowledged he was among the tens of thousands of supporters for then-President Donald Trump who was present at the US Capitol building during the Jan. 6 uprising. Although he insisted he didn’t participate in any illegal activity, he said he “witnessed the patriotic, angry Americans chanting ‘USA, USA.’”

But just because he was there, however Newbold said he has been falsely labeled a “traitor” and “domestic terrorist” by some leftist media reports.

“I’m a Navy SEAL,” he said. “I’m pretty extreme, but I’m not an anti-American extremist or anti-government extremist. I’m certainly not a terrorist or a traitor.”

Newbold has not been charged with any crimes in connection to the rally, and has said he did not enter the Capitol building during the event. He has, however, defended the protest, calling it “necessary” following the months of left-driven riots and egregious vote fraud that were repeatedly downplayed by Democrats.

“It was historic, it was necessary, and the reason I say I’m proud of Americans is because I wasn’t sure if we still had the spine anymore. Now I see that it exists,” he explained.

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