Trump supporter Dion Cini, who infamously got banned from Disney World after he refused to stop inciting people by waving around Trump 2020 banners, made a video of himself getting kicked out of a New York City bar because he refused to remove his red MAGA hat.
At the start of the video, Cini confronted the bartender and asked if he’s really being asked to leave because of his Trump hat. The bartender confirmed that is the case, at which point Cini got angry and called him a “soy boy.”
“Is it because the hat’s red?” Cini asked him. “Or is it because you hate America?”
Shortly after, a security guard approached Cini and asks him to step outside, but Cini kept refusing to leave.
“I have to leave because I’m wearing a red hat?” Cini asked him incredulously.
“He told you he would no longer serve you until you take your hat off,” the security guard replied.
“Take my my hat off for what?” he asked. “How about I take my pants off!”
Watch the video below.
Trump kicks out more health department staff as pandemic reaches 200,000 deaths
Two more public health staffers are out as the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage and President Donald Trump clashes with doctors and experts about the virus.
Politico reported Monday that the move comes after HHS spokesman Michael Caputo took a leave of absence after posting a bizarre rant on Facebook and allegations that Trump has gone to war with the Food and Drug Administration.
CNN host left in tears after heartbreaking report on COVID-19 victims
During a segment on CNN this Monday, anchor Brianna Keilar was moved to tears while honoring people who've lost their lives to the coronavirus, especially while telling the story of a couple who died holding hands.
Keilar recounted how a couple married for over 50 years died from the virus only minutes apart after being admitted to the hospital on August 11. When it became clear they wouldn't survive, they were placed in the same ward, where they died holding hands.
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So-called moderate Georgia senator brags she’s as conservative as a pagan barbarian who killed his own brother to rule
Sen. Kelly Loeffler's (R-GA) new campaign ad brags that she's "more conservative than Attila the Hun," with an actor grunting off a "list" of things he would do.
It appears neither Loeffler nor her staff thought to google who Attila the Hun was and why associating yourself with him could be a public relations disaster.
Among the things the History Channel remembers about Attila, was that he killed his own brother to ensure absolute power. He invaded Gaul in an attempt to score a wife. He also had a "legendary lust for gold."