Last Thursday while making remarks at the groundbreaking ceremony for electronics manufacturer Foxxconn’s new factory in Wisconsin, President Trump said he was considering making the 2020 Make America Great Again hats green, to represent “cash.” “When you look at what we’re doing, it’s very simple,” Trump stated. Trump asked the crowd, “You know what the phrase is [for the 2020 campaign], right?”, after letting the crowd respond Trump continued, “It’s called ‘Keep America Great.’ We’ll get you nice hats. Maybe we’ll make them green this time instead of red. Green, representing cash.”
President Trump told the gathered crowd: “Today we’re seeing the results of the pro-American agenda.” Trump went on, “America first, make America great again, all those hats. Greatest phrase ever used in politics, I suspect, right?”
It doesn’t hurt matters that Pepe The Frog also happens to be green, which could trigger liberals even more than the slogan that has sent them all in a tailspin for almost two years now whenever the phrase is uttered or read on clothing and hats.
A bar in Chicago that banned anyone wearing a Red “Make America Great Again” hat in their facility as part of its updated dress code that they said aimed to encourage a “classy environment”, apologized on their Facebook page last week before deleting the page entirely. Replay Lincoln Park, first announced their new policy, which also banned face tattoos on Facebook. The post featured an image of a generic image of a MAGA hat, and a man with the numbers ‘666’ tattooed on his forehead.
The new policy was posted on the bar’s Facebook page:
“After much consternation and consideration and to maintain a “classy environment”, Replay Lincoln Park has implemented a new and strictly enforced dress code. No face tattoos, no specific hats, please see below. Let’s keep it classy Chicago. Sincerely, management.”
Replay Lincoln Park bar owner, Mark Kwiatkowski, apologized for the policy in a new post on their Facebook page which read:
“We are sorry for our recent actions and realize now that our posts were inappropriate,” the post read. “We meant to be funny and we took it too far. Everyone is welcome at Replay Lincoln Park.”
When people began to comment on the Facebook post, asking Kwiatkowski how he planned to enforce the new policy to which the owner replied, “I think what we would do is kindly ask them to remove [the hat] but we would let them in certainly and maybe have an opportunity to discuss all of this and see their opinions.”
Before totally deleting their Facebook page, there was one last post made where The Red Hen was tagged, the recent restaurant that asked White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders and her family to leave, and in turn made headlines nationwide.
The post read:
“We’ve been getting a lot more interactions here on Facebook since we decided to disallow MAGA hats and we’re not sure how to deal with it. Hey Red Hen, how are y’all handling it? ???????? #resist”
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