The little girl in this commercial isn’t the only one at Denny’s who fails to comprehend the precious right to bear arms:
Stoked by the Democrat–media complex’s hype, antigun hysteria has flared up in a suburb of St Louis:
The incident began about 10 a.m. Tuesday when five Belleville detectives went into the Denny’s at 1130 South Illinois Street, ordered food and began to eat. The detectives had badges on their belts or on chains around their necks, but they weren’t in uniform.
Belleville Capt. Donald Sax said restaurant manager David Rice then approached and told one of the detectives that a diner had complained about seeing one of the detectives carrying a gun.
Even though the detective told Rice all at the table were police officers, Rice insisted the detectives take their guns back out to their cars, Sax said.
According to Sax, Rice then told the officers that it is company policy to allow only uniformed officers to carry their guns into a restaurant and that a sign on the door stated that policy.
The officers all got up to leave, refusing to pay for their meal. As they were leaving, Sax said a Denny’s general manager, Michael Van, approached the group. He told them Rice was wrong and it was fine for them to stay and to keep their guns.
The detectives, whom Sax described as “embarrassed” by the incident, decided to leave anyway. Sax said the detectives made a point to check the door on their way out.
“There was no sign on the door (regarding firearms),” Sax said. “They all looked for it.”
The official stance of Denny’s is that it was all a mistake. The official stance of the Belleview PD is for cops not to eat there anymore anyway unless they are off duty and out of uniform. The official stance of Moonbattery.com is to check the door for signs forbidding concealed carry; if you see one, eat somewhere safe instead.
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