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Chipotle Racism Claim Backfires Terribly

In what is perhaps the most stereotypical 2018 story of the year, Mexican food chain Chipotle is offering to rehire one of its managers shortly after the company fired her over claims that she turned away black customers for racist reasons.

As it turns out, thats not even close to the full story. Apparently, the customers in question were known dine and dashers — that is, people who order food at restaurants and skip out on the bill. The two men, who just so happen to be black, even bragged about their habits on Twitter frequently before the incident.

Now, you might be asking yourself: why wasn’t the manager in question asked to explain herself before she was just fired out of the blue? Doesn’t the restaurant have some sort of process for handling allegations like this? These are both good questions — ones that have so far gone unanswered.

This story just underscores the sad state of the culture we live in. Thanks to left-wing intersectional politics, these sort of questions are afterthoughts. Investigating serious allegations — such as racism — is simply harder than just firing someone because some liberal on Twitter told you to. If you ever find yourself wondering why America feels like a much more divided place than it used to, blame stories like this.

Here’s Ben Shapiro with the full story.

~ Patriotic Freedom Fighter


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