In Wisconsin this Dairy Queen owner hangs a very 'politically incorrect' sign and sets the internet ablaze when an out-of-towner complained on social media.
Per Daily Wire:
"This restaurant is politically incorrect," warns the sign Scheunemann posted some four years ago. The poster warns that they "have been known to say" things like "Merry Christmas," Happy Easter," and "God Bless America," and give away free ice cream sundaes to veterans on Veterans Day. The bottom of the sign, in large letters, reads: "In God We Trust."
The owner first posted the sign after a customer complained about the Christian music he heard being played in the Kewaskum Dairy Queen. Instead of ridding the store of the music, Scheunemann felt it was necessary to post a warning to potential customers about their values, which revolve around "God and country."
"I felt the sign was appropriate to hang in terms of being transparent about the views of the owner and staff supporting God and country," Scheunemann explained to CBS 58.
"It just seems that those kinds of values and principles are becoming controversial in society," he added.
Despite hanging without a hitch (or a complaint) for nearly four years, the sign recently became national news after an out-of-town customer became triggered by the "politically incorrect" message, and posted a snapshot and a complaint to the offical Dairy Queen Facebook.
"I find this extremely offensive," whined an Oregon woman who goes by the name Ashley Coleman on Facebook. "Please speak with the franchise owner," she added.
She has since removed the Facebook post.
Here is the sign that hung at the restaurant:
What do you think about the sign?