This is an old situation that was litigated a few days ago.
A guy walks into a bar.
And nothing about it is funny.
It was September 11th and he was wearing a red MAGA hat. Probably new contrasting brightly with dull colored shirt and worn jeans. He got lousy service at the bar and complained. The server was triggered and couldn't behave properly because nobody reasonable supports Trump. This obnoxious hat wearing customer is an obvious racist, sexist xenophobe, because everyone says so. The bartender told him to leave. The customer resisted. He was bounced. Boing. Right out of the bar. He sued.
Because damnit, now how is he going to make his Grindr connection?
The whole time I was reading, I was thinking it must have been a gay bar. Because what type of bar would that sentiment be axiomatically universal?
Think about it; the whole place thinks your advertised political view is too obnoxious to tolerate.
Go ahead and have your view but do you have to wear it in bright red on your head? Pissing off every other customer and all the help in the bar?
This really makes me reconsider my 'Hillary Clinton is a smelly skank' shirt for public places. Combined with my 'Obama issssss an obvioussssssss sssssissssss-ssssssy' pants might be a little too much with my Pelosi stretched face cowboy boots, and my Debbie Wasserman curled llama pelt vest and Jimmy Carter Bucky Beaver scarf. The whole outfit might need to be re-thought.
I could get kicked out of church.
The judge said it's okay to kick someone out based on their expressed political sentiments because they're not being discriminated on religious grounds.
Everyone is comparing this with baking political opponents a cake and making them a wedding reception pizza. Everyone is contriving reverse hypotheticals.
Story with more information at the National Sentinel.