Florida Restaurant to Pro-Biden Customers: ‘Take Your Business Elsewhere'
'I was just angry. I was just let down'
A Florida restaurant owner said she does not want Joe Biden supporter's business following the deaths of the 3 U.S. service members in the wake of the terror attack in Kabul, Afghanistan.
The owner of DeBary Diner, Angie Ugarte, wrote in a sign posted on the restaurant’s front door:
“If you voted for and continue to support and stand behind the worthless, inept, and corrupt administration currently inhabiting the White House that is complicit in the death of our servicemen and women in Afghanistan, please take your business elsewhere."
Ugarte said she put up the sign the very day U.S. troops were killed, Fox News reported.
“It was the only thing I felt like I could do,” Ugarte said.
“I was just angry."
"I was just let down."
"I felt like one of those mothers, or wives, or sisters who were gonna get that knock on the door.”
“If you really, really still stand behind what’s allowed this to happen and the way it happened – which was unnecessary then I really don’t want to be associated with you in any way and I certainly don’t want your business,” she added.
“I’ve had people come to the door and look at it and turn around and walk away."
"And I’ve had people come into the kitchen while I’m cooking and say, ‘Hey, I love your sign.’”
Out of the thirteen U.S. service members killed, eleven were Marines.
One was an Army soldier, another was a Navy corpsman.
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The news comes after families of the dead U.S. service members slammed Biden during the ceremony for the dignified transfer of remains of the 13 soldiers.
Family members who attended the service have since recalled the raw emotions that were on display during the ceremony that Biden attended.
Biden was sharply criticized for his behavior at the ceremony after he appeared to check his watch while the remains of 11 Marines, one Army soldier, and a Navy corpsman were received.