Well-known peace activist Corey Nett had his civil rights violated last month by the Bristol chain of restaurants in the Louisville area when he was asked to move to the back of the restaurant or leave. Nett, who has cerebral palsy, was told that his voice was allegedly annoying other customers.
Just about anybody in their right mind understands this is a violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Here’s the story:
If you’re an elected offical, candidate, member of the press or prominent individual and you happen to eat at the Bristol– rest assured that you’re likely to be questioned and called out by activists for supporting discrimination.
Is the rumbling we hear the beginning of a major boycott? Will the Bristol do the right thing?