You Won’t Believe Why This Trooper Was Asked To Leave Waffle House
September 23, 2014 8:31am PST
A Texas DPS officer was recently asked to leave a Waffle House restaurant in Grapevine for a completely ridiculous reason: he was armed. Even though Jeff Evans was in uniform and on his way to work, a manager from the establishment shouted at him from the kitchen to leave and never come back, all because he was carrying a gun.
Evans explained on his Facebook page:
“So I just got asked to leave the Waffle House in Grapevine! Apparently my Department Approved DPS Aircraft Uniform is not welcome there. I was asked to leave by the management and was also instructed not to return. They said it was because I was wearing a gun. I was in uniform, TX DPS Polo Shirt and Tan pants, with my badge visibly displayed on my belt. I explained to the manager that I am a state trooper and he said I still wasn’t allowed to have a gun in the restaurant.”
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This Waffle House manager should have been buying Evans a meal for the work he does to protect the community. Instead, he was unbelievably rude and demanded that he leave the restaurant for the most ridiculous of reasons.
The Left is always quick to claim that law enforcement officers should be the only ones allowed to carry firearms. However, when push comes to shove, we see that they would rather just wipe all guns from the face of the Earth. Let us know what you think of this disturbing report in the comments section.
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