Virginia Restaurant Refuses to Serve Pro-Lifers

A rot is taking over in some areas of the United States' urban areas. Once vibrant hubs of food, culture, music, and art, our cities are now filled with a liberal mindset which has rendered them filthy and dangerous and filled with beanie-wearing, latte-snorting hypocrites. They're the kind that flinch at all their academic credentials, blab about (and for hours and days) their (intolerant) qualifications for political office, applaud the people in their echo chambers, and do not have a speck of self-awareness or common sense.

This could not be more evident than in Richmond, Virginia. It is true that Glenn Youngkin has taken over the Governor's Mansion in Richmond, however his conservative ethics have not given sanity to RVA. Once the glory of the commonwealth, Richmond is now transforming into another unintentional dumpster fire.

Metzger's Butchery and Bar, situated within the city's Union Hill section, recently made it their mission to judge a pro-life, pro-family group that wanted to dine in the restaurant by refusing to serve the group. Additionally, the employee was a creeper, but he also conducted an online background search on the organization, The Family Foundation of Virginia which resulted in their reservation being canceled. The group's owners phoned to say they did not want to be a part of the group's business, and the wait staff would not be able to serve them if they did show up.

Victoria Cobb, president of the conservative group, wrote about the incident in The Federalist:

“Their official explanation was that our pro-life and pro-traditional-marriage positions violated the “basic human rights” of women and LGBT individuals. Which human rights are more fundamental than the right to live? Which family system is more fundamental than the union of male and female that has served as the basis for Western civilization for many thousands of years? We shouldn't forget that it wasn't that long ago when, when running for the presidency, Barack Obama declared that “marriage is between a man and a woman.””

As Cobb justly states, “Welcome to the 2020s, where people who consider themselves to be progressives and claim to preach ‘tolerance' while demanding forced ‘acceptance' and ‘celebration.'”

It's the same with the uber-sensible Metzger's Bar and Butchery and their intolerant owners who are giving themselves a pat for their disgusting manner of business. In a press release following numerous negative Yelp reviews and well-deserved rebukes for their insanity, owners claimed that the owners “have always refused service to anyone for making our staff uncomfortable or unsafe.” The company hadn't even shown up at the restaurant and that's a complete lie. The owners added “We respect our staff's established rights as humans and strive to create a work environment where they can do their jobs with dignity, comfort, and safety.”

They are able to be tolerant of the human rights of their employees, however, not their clients? Again those who are conservative (or some who act like families) are the targets of the radical, intolerant left. The food we eat is a shared experience meant to bring us closer and highlight our differences, however, it's now an instrument to be used against your opponents' ideologies.

Cobb summarized the hypocrisy in this way:

“Welcome to the double standard of left, in which Jack Phillips must be forced to make an elaborate wedding cake for a gay wedding and to perform an action that is against his beliefs. However, no business should be able to offer a basic meal to a customer who has traditional beliefs regarding marriage or family. This double standard of thought is a sham and smells of the rigid, intolerant, and uncompromising doctrine that wokeness propagates.”

Exactly. The conservative owner of a business will not accept any business that is contrary to their beliefs, and the result is an endless litigation nightmare. An owner of a liberal company is the same and everybody's supposed to award the award to them for their courage. It's tiresome.

One person who believes Metzger is right is Elizabeth Johnson Rice, a Richmond civil rights activist who was detained for her participation in the Thalhimers sit-in at the lunch counter in the year 1960. After experiencing firsthand what injustice appears to be, Rice says the Family Foundation of Virginia was “not being treated fairly” by Metzger's Bar and Butchery, concluding, “Their reservation should be honored in 2022.”

It's just as she says people who believe in religious freedom should be wary of the intolerant behavior displayed by this establishment.

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