‘Day Without Immigrants’ causes shutdown of eateries at Pentagon food court

On the same day, President Donald Trump put thousands of coal miners back to work, others were walking off the job in support of the “Day Without Immigrants” protest.

…and even the Pentagon felt the impact of a civil action that intentionally conflates illegal immigration with coming to American legally.

On a ‘day without immigrants,’ President Trump puts
thousands of AMERICAN coal miners back to work

Defense Department employees faced long lines on their lunch breaks after activists led a walkout in the Pentagon’s food court in Arlington, Va., in protest of Trump’s plan to crack down on illegal immigration and build a wall on the southern border, Fox News’ Jennifer Griffin reported.

While not all eateries participated, franchises forced to close included Sbarro, Burger King and Taco Bell.

Oh, and Starbucks… as if that were in question.

The protest offers an ideal of how entrenched the liberal mindset is in Washington and the challenge facing the president in righting a ship run aground by progressive policy.

Here’s a sampling of reactions from Twitter by social media users who wonder if we’ll see job opening soon at the Pentagon:


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