A restaurant in Iowa City’s University Heights neighborhood charged Trump supporters five extra bucks to dine this past weekend.
The restaurant openly advocated for “discrimination” against Trump supporters because Trump’s fans somehow legalized discrimination after Trump swept polls and defeated Hillary Clinton on Nov. 8th.
CBS2Iowa interviewed a local man named Eric Stelter who visited the resturant named ‘Stella’ to enjoy the second half of a Hawkeye game:
“As we got closer to the door, we noticed there was a sign on the door that said, ‘Yes, this is discrimination, but you voted for it,’” he says.
All patrons endured a political litmus test at the door administered by a not-at-all-fascist Stella employee. The restaurant charged $10 per Trump supporter because “discrimination” and only $5 per Clinton supporter.
Eric and his wife went home rather than eat at a restaurant that publicly insults patrons and imposes a diversity tax.
Stella discriminated on ideology unlike ‘ladies nights’ or ‘kids eat free’ deals.
The restaurant sits within Johnson County which favored Hillary Clinton 66% to Donald Trump’s 27.8%. There are 99 counties in Iowa and only 6 went blue. Overall Iowa supported Trump 51.8% to Hillary’s 42.2%.
Some already have:
— Chris Kuehl (@kuehl_chris) November 15, 2016
Stella’s restaurant site lists Short’s Burger and Shine as a sister restaurant, which is located at 18 S Clinton St. The Co-Owners of Stella are brothers Derek and Kevin Perez, who reportedly manage multiple restaurants in Iowa City.
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