Cup it Up, a restaurant in Tucson, Ariz., shuttered its doors indefinitely Monday after a politically charged Facebook post the eatery’s owners wrote received criticism from social media users.
The post stated: “We believe in and support 100% in the following: OUR President, Always Standing for the National Anthem, repealing Obama Care…”
Their list of things they don’t believe in or support included: “Those that DON’T respect our President, Armed Forces and First Responders, kneeling for the national anthem, Antifa, fake news, global warming and late night hosts getting political…”
The restaurant received “so many angry phone calls” that several employees chose to quit, reports say.
Last Monday, the restaurant posted a statement on its door, announcing it would be closing indefinitely.
“We have made a decision to close our doors indefinitely as of today, Monday, October 9, 2017. The safety of our employees, and our families is of great concern and is our #1 priority at this time,” the statement said. “We would also like to extend a special thanks to our Military and First responders. Thank you all and God Bless.” Read more at Fox News.