On Sunday, a Garland, Texas, resident was asked to leave a local restaurant over because he was wearing a T-shirt with an anti-Trump message. He was ready with a perfect response.
The man, Andy Ternay, explained on Facebook that he wore his shirt that says, “F*ck Trump — and f*ck you for voting for him,” when he went out for breakfast to a local restaurant.
Ternay says that a manager approached him and asked him to leave because children in the restaurant might see his shirt.
“I expressed deep sympathies and let her know that explaining ‘grab ‘em by the pussy’ and golden showers to my daughter was equally unpleasant,” Ternay writes.
All-embracing, Ternay says that his shirt got nods of approval from black and Latino employees at the restaurant — even though many white customers bristled at seeing it.
“Everywhere I go with this shirt, white males sneer and people of color smile and give me thumbs up,” he writes. “I think it is very worthwhile to let people of color know they are not alone – that some whites also see the evil of racism is resurgent – and we will fight with our brothers and sisters of color against it.”
Read the full Facebook post below: