War On Police
The war on police continues, this time in Tacoma, Washington. Six Tacoma Washington officers were asked to leave The Cheesecake Factory at the Tacoma Mall location on Tuesday because they were carrying their service weapons.
One of the Officers, Miriam Nichols, sent a message to the Official Facebook page for the Cheesecake Factory:
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Cheesecake Factory Gives Generic Apology
From PJ Media:
Cheesecake Factory Corporate Headquarters released a statement apologizing for the incident and explaining that the managers at the Tacoma restaurant misunderstood the policy.
Our policy is to allow uniformed and identified law enforcement officials to possess their service weapons on our premises. To the extent that there was a miscommunication of our policy, we sincerely apologize.
“I can say I’ve never had that type of reaction before so it does lead me to believe it was a misunderstanding,” said Nichols.
Cheesecake Factory apologizes after 6 uniformed officers refused from Washington location pic.twitter.com/PRrvQZI6W1
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