New app helps conservatives to find shops and eateries

New app helps conservatives to find shops and eateries

But now, you can filter your eateries by whether they are "Trump Friendly" or not.

There are websites and apps that will relatively help you choose restaurants based on a variety of factors.

"Users can review the restaurants and businesses, it's just four quick questions, yes-or-no questions", he said.

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If they avoid talking politics in advertising and social media. "We're not looking to try and find restaurants that are "conservative" or 'pro-Trump.' We want businesses to understand that there's no money in politics". The app rates restaurants and businesses on their willingness to serve guests "of every political belief" and "protect its customers if they are attacked for political reasons". "There's sort of a general unease among conservatives, and we want to make sure that everyone's safe out there".

It was not clear how customers would go about obtaining some of the information, or confirming they had obtained the necessary info from restaurant owners, before reporting the answers to the criteria to the app, which then deems the establishment "safe" or "unsafe". That's when, he claims, more Trump supporters will be targeted by what he calls "socialist goon squads", and businesses will become more interested in protecting their customers over their politics. "I think antifa was nothing compared between now and what's coming in 2020".

Appearing on Fox News, app creator Scott Wallace explained what could get a restaurant or other business branded as "unsafe" for fans of President Donald Trump.

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