A religious and patriotic sign at a local Wisconsin Dairy Queen, thoughtfully warns liberals they might get offended once they enter. The owner placed the sign after complaints around Christmas time years ago but a liberal who recently saw the warning tried to tear the business down by calling on forces from social media to respond.
According to Fox News, the poster hanging outside the Kewaskum franchise location warns customers that this restaurant is “politically incorrect” and has been known to use phrases such as “Merry Christmas” and “Happy Easter,” as well as offering free ice cream to veterans.
It also reads in large letters at the bottom, “In God we trust” and notes that if this information “offends you, you are welcome to contact the owner” so he may “arrange a dedicated ‘snowflake safe space’ a minimum 24 hours in advance.”
“I felt the sign was appropriate to hang in terms of being transparent about the views of the owner and staff supporting God and country,” owner Kevin Scheunemann told CBS 58. “It just seems that those kinds of values and principles are becoming controversial in society,” he said.
The sign was apparently put up four years ago after someone complained about the franchise playing Christmas music. The owner hatched the brilliant plan to warn snowflakes that they could be triggered once they enter his establishment. Funny enough, local liberals didn’t take kindly to his warning and went off the deep end attempting to incite rage on social media.
Fortunately, their half-baked plan backfired because face it… there isn’t an issue here.
One time, a customer was upset at the offer of free ice cream for veterans, but Scheunemann said he is open to talking with anyone who may have concerns about the sign. He says he’ll even make arrangements for a customer to come in without witnessing any expression of God or country.
Other business owners in town say they support Scheunemann’s right to run his business the way he sees fit.
“He posted it on the door so you see it before you walk in,” said April Serwe, who owns local bar PJ Magoos. “You don’t have to walk in if you don’t agree with it.”
In fact, some people in town told us there isn’t even a need for a sign like that — because most residents in Kewaskum share the same values.