New app helps Trump supporters find MAGA-friendly restaurants

It seems that magaphobia — the irrational fear and hatred of those who support Donald Trump and his agenda to “Make America Great Again” — is spreading across the country thanks in large part to Trump-haters in both major political parties (like Maxine Waters) and the so-called “mainstream media.”  Now, The Hill tells us, there’s an app designed to help Trump supporters locate restaurants where they can safely eat without being accosted or assaulted by unhinged liberal lunatics.

According to The Hill:

The 63red Safe app, described as “Yelp for conservatives,” was created in response to reports of Trump administration officials and Trump supporters being asked to leave restaurants.

App creator Scott Wallace on Monday said on “Fox & Friends” that his aim was to get “politics out of local businesses [and] local restaurants.”

“We wanted to make sure that people could let others know what restaurants may have a political bent,” he said. “We’re not looking to try and find restaurants that are ‘conservative’ or ‘pro-Trump.’ ”

“We want businesses to understand that there’s no money in politics,” he added. “We want to make sure everyone’s safe out there.”

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Users can rate restaurants “safe” or “unsafe” based on four criteria, The Hill report explained:

  1. Whether the restaurant serves guests “of every political belief”;
  2. If it allows legal concealed carry;
  3. If it “protect its customers if they are attacked for political reasons,” and;
  4. If the establishment avoid politics in its ads and social media.

Wallace said he believes the app will grow in popularity ahead of the 2020 presidential election, telling the Daily Beast he thinks Trump supporters will likely be targeted by “socialist goon squads,” like the domestic terror group “Antifa.”

“I think Antifa was nothing compared between now and what’s coming in 2020,” he told the Daily Beast. “And I’m deeply concerned.”

The Daily Beast further reported:

Some businesses have earned reviewers’ ire and the “not safe” tag for obvious reasons. Lexington, Va.’s Red Hen restaurant, for example, is listed as “unsafe” on the app after asking Sanders to leave last year.

But other ratings on the app are less obvious. A number of Oklahoma City pizzerias have been rated, but it’s not clear why one pizza place is rated as “not safe” and another as “safe.” Aside from the “safe” or “not safe” rulings, the app doesn’t offer any explanation for why one business is safe and another not.

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway have also been attacked by leftists while trying to eat in public.

The Daily Beast downplayed the situation, claiming that “…it’s not clear whether Trump supporters are really so targeted in public that they need an app to tell them where they’ll be safe.”

Tell that to Covington Catholic student Nick Sandmann, the students across the country attacked for simply wearing pro-Trump gear, the man who had a gun pulled on him for wearing a MAGA hat, or any of the many others assaulted and berated for expressing support for Donald Trump.

The Hill also reported that a “real-time conservative chat” app and a social planning app called 63red Gather have also been released by the same brand that produced 63red Safe.


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