Another daily dose of left-wing violence! Cassandra Fairbanks of Big League Politics reported Sunday that a bar in Portland, Oregon named Paydirt is offering patrons a reward of “free whiskey for life” if they punch White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon.
Imagine the outrage if someone on the right solicited violence against anyone in the Obama administration, they would immediately be branded domestic right-wing terrorists. Somehow, seemingly endless calls for violence against the Trump administration are not only acceptable among the left, it is celebrated.
Located at 2724 NE Pacific, Paydirt previously donated a portion of their inauguration day sales to Planned Parenthood.
“Inauguration Day is not going to be easy. We’ll be donating a portion of ALL sales this Friday to Planned Parenthood. Come drink with us,” the bar advertised on their Twitter account.
Let’s drink to forget and raise some money for Planned Parenthood.
Buck Trump (Ancient Ancient Age Bourbon, Combier, Lemon, & Ginger Beer) pic.twitter.com/WsWaVXwMyW
— Paydirt (@paydirtbar) January 20, 2017
On the night of the election, the bar offered free champaign to everyone in a toast to the “future Madame President”, and if she didn’t win, well . . . Whiskey!
Election Night Cocktail Special:
Chillary Clinton (Bombay Sapphire, St. Germain, Blackberry Muir, Lemon, Sugar) pic.twitter.com/Q0eVzX4eDg
— Paydirt (@paydirtbar) November 9, 2016
TRUMP FAN GREG PIATEK SUES NY BAR ‘THE HAPPIEST HOUR’ FOR REFUSING TO SERVE HIM BECAUSE OF HIS TRUMP HAT
Greg Piatek is suing a New York City bar ‘The Happiest Hour’ after bartenders and owner Jon Neidich refused to serve him drinks because he was wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat.
Bartenders at a West Village hot spot served up discrimination — with a liberal twist — refusing to serve a customer because he was wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat, according to a lawsuit.
Greg Piatek, 30, an accountant from Philadelphia, claims he was snubbed and eventually 86’d by workers at The Happiest Hour on West 10th Street over his conservative fashion statement, popularized by Donald Trump on the campaign trail, he told The Post.
“Anyone who supports Trump — or believes what you believe — is not welcome here! And you need to leave right now because we won’t serve you!” Piatek claims he was told as he was shown the door by a manager.
The shake-up started when Piatek and two pals, after a visit to the 9/11 Memorial, ordered drinks at the posh tavern around 6:30 p.m. on Jan. 28.
A female bartender served Piatek a $15 jalapeño margarita and his pals beers. But when he tried to order a second round, a male bartender noticed his hat — and skipped them, he said.
One of Piatek’s pals pointed out it was their turn to be served, but the bartender scoffed. “Is that hat a joke?” the Manhattan Supreme Court suit claims.
“Immediately it clicked,” Piatek said, adding that bartenders didn’t see the pro-Trump slogan until he turned his back to the bar.
“Ignoring me because I’m wearing the hat is ridiculous,” Piatek said. “It’s really sad.”
The “flustered” bartender got them a second round but allegedly “slammed the drinks down.”
Bar owner Jon Neidich did not respond to calls. A manager at the bar refused to comment.