A man who felt ‘unsafe’ at eateries while wearing a Trump supporter hat has developed an app that lets other Trump supporters know where they can dine without fear of harassment.
“We feel like there’s a general unease among conservatives out there, about whether they’ll be protected and safe as they go out to restaurants and local businesses,” the app’s founder Scott Wallace.
The app, called 63red Safe, asks users to review restaurants based on four criteria.
“Number one: Does this location serve all customers regardless of political beliefs? Will they protect their customers if they’re under attack by others in the restaurant? There’s a concealed carry question, and [if] the location [has] a political presence in their social media.”
Wallace explained that the app wasn’t intended to single put restaurants that are “conservative or pro-Trump,” but rather to “get politics out of local businesses, local restaurants, and make everyone feel comfortable when they go out.”