Moms Demand Action Allegedly Gets Kicked Out of Chipotle Restaurant

June 1 2014
by GSL Staff
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Well, this is certainly an interesting story. We have received several emails from people who attended this event verifying the authenticity of the account below.

According to a post by David Risselada on Freedom Outpost, during an open carry event in Oklahoma, open carry activists who were carrying holstered handguns were allowed to stay in a local Chipotle restaurant, while Moms Demand Action activists were asked to leave because they were harassing customers.

A local police officer who responded to a call about men with guns allows open carry activists to pose with his squad car.

Ok open carry cop shot

According to the Freedom Outpost article,

Chipotle restaurants in Oklahoma have officially taken the position that they would rather see people leave their guns at home, but they won’t ask you to leave if you don’t…

Moms Demand Action on the other hand, seemed to be demanding a little much on this Saturday afternoon as they approached management and asked them to throw OKOCA members out of the restaurant because they were “offended” by the presence of guns…

…The manager refused to kick out OKOCA and even gave them free drinks. MDA activists then proceeded to take pictures of the gun owners and attempted to portray them as intimidating and threatening. The management wasn’t having any of it; he threw Moms Demand Action out of his store!

…He said that he wasn’t going to have people treating paying customers rudely in his store. They simply do not allow customers to take pictures of other customers; it’s a “zero tolerance” policy if you will. He also said that he has no position on open carry, and he understands that it is legal to carry in the state. Finally, he acknowledged that people behaving in the manner as MDA had in his store was actually more harmful to people than the act of lawfully carrying a firearm.

A very interesting outcome. Once again, we have not independently verified this account. Check out Freedom Outpost for more information about the incident.

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