The owner of an Illinois burger restaurant is having to defend his business after online snowflakes started calling him “racist.”
Brad Gross is the owner of Gross Burgers and is taking heat for simply having a pro-Marine bumper sticker displayed in his establishment.
The sticker in question shows an arrow pointing to some Arabic writing and states, “If you can’t read this, thank a Marine.”
Apparently someone posted a photo of the sticker online after having their feeble sensibilities assaulted and the self-righteous onslaught began.
“If you can read it, thank yourself for being a multicultural human and not a xenophobic garbage human,” read one comment.
“F*ck Grossburgers. Absolutely disgusting,” another viewer posted.
One disgruntled customer complained that she was told by management that the sticker would “certainly not” be removed.
Gross is defending the sticker, noting, “the bumper sticker has been in my restaurant for more than a decade from a Marine that served in Iraq.”
“He brought it in and asked me to put it up, and I said sure go ahead and put it up and it’s been there for all these years,” Gross shared with WCIA.