Former presidential candidate and businessman Herman Cain spoke with Sean Hannity Tuesday night to explain his decision to withdraw from the Federal Reserve Board nomination process; saying the move “had nothing to do” with allegations made during his run for the White House.
“Those accusations had nothing to do with my decision. During phase one of this process, collecting all of the information, and also finding out from administration staffers what I can and cannot do,” said Cain.
“When I started to look at the list of things that I could not do, that’s like taking a stallion, keeping him in the stables, and not letting him run. I couldn’t do the things that I enjoy. I enjoy my show, I enjoy speaking, I enjoy my website, I enjoy educating people about the power of capitalism,” he added.
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'MAGA' FREE NYC: Manhattan Judge Allows Bars to BAN Trump Supporters
A Manhattan judge ruled this week that bar and restaurant owners could ban patrons from wearing ‘Make America Great Again’ caps and other Trump-supporting apparel; suggesting there’s little protection from “political discrimination” in the nation’s largest city.
According to the New York Post, the judge struck down a tourist’s lawsuit against a West Village bar after he was ejected for wearing the iconic ‘MAGA’ hat; adding freedom of religion does not protect one’s freedoms regarding political statements.
“He was paying spiritual tribute to the victims of 9/11. The Make American Great Again hat was part of his spiritual belief,” said the man’s lawyer. “Rather than remove his hat, instead he held true to his spiritual belief and was forced from the bar.”
“Plaintiff does not state any faith-based principle to which the hat relates,” fired-back the judge.
“Here the claim that plaintiff was not served and eventually escorted out of the bar because of his perceived support for President Trump is not outrageous conduct,” the ruling states.
Read the full story at the New York Post.
AMERICAN JUSTICE: Man Who Assaulted Teen, Stole ‘MAGA’ Hat INDICTED in Texas
The man who was caught on camera throwing a drink in a teenager’s face and stealing his pro-Trump cap was indicted Thursday; facing charges over the vicious assault that went viral on social media.
According to My San Antonio, a Bexar County grand jury indicted the 30-year-old attacker -identified as Kino Jimenez- for his unprovoked assault as the teen quietly sat at a local restaurant with friends.
“The story made national news after a video went viral on the Internet. In it, 16-year-old Hunter Richard is shown eating with friends around 2 a.m. at a North Side Whataburger at Nacogdoches and Thousand Oaks,” writes MySA.
“The video begins halfway through an altercation that captured a man suspected of being Jimenez throwing a drink in Richard’s face and walking out of the restaurant with a red ‘Make America Great Again’ cap in his hand that Richard later said belonged to him,” adds the article.
Read the full report here.