Bar in NYC Removes Combat Veteran for Tattoos Remembering Fallen Brothers

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The testimony is recorded here:

I was asked to leave a bar in NYC due to the “nature of my tattoos that are making guest feel uncomfortable.” The only visiable tattoos I have are a “join or die” on my forearm, The scroll of the ranger batt I served with as a medic on my inner bicep, and the quote on my other forearm that reads

It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God that such men lived.

George S. Patton

Followed by the names of the four brothers I lost on deployments.

But hey, I guess for some, that was just to much to handle, drinks were overpriced anyway.

Editors Note: This bar should be ashamed of themselves. Disgusting.


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