Restaurant is getting attacked for firing employees who skipped work for ‘Day Without Immigrants’ protest

The owner of the “I Don’t Care Bar and Grill” in Catoosa, Oklahoma, is facing backlash for firing twelve workers who skipped work in support of an immigration protest.

The employees were fired via text message after they failed to show up for work last week in support of the “Day Without Immigrants.”

After finding himself down 12 workers, the owner, who has a zero tolerance policy on “no show, no call,” texted one of the workers and said: “You and your family are fired. I hope you enjoyed your day off, and you can enjoy many more. Love you.”

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The workers were fired for violating the “no show, no call” policy, not for participating in the protest, according to the owner, but that didn’t stop social justice warriors and other bleeding heart liberals from lashing out on social media.

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