Young Republicans, when you get a ride from Uber, remember, anything you say can and will be used against you. “New reports are popping up every week about conservatives being denied service at restaurants and now even from a ride-sharing company solely because of their political beliefs,” Stephanie Hamill reports in The Daily Caller. “Six Republican campaign volunteers have a similar story.”
“They say they were kicked out of an Uber on Saturday in Raleigh, North Carolina, as their driver told them ‘welcome to the resistance.'”
“Mary Russell, a volunteer, and Chris Godbey, the Executive Director of the Young Republicans National Federation, sat down with the Daily Caller to share their horrifying experience. Their crime? Talking politics amongst themselves in front of their driver — who apparently didn’t agree with their political views.”
Two points, one wonders if the driver realized that if Hillary Clinton got elected, Uber might not exist. Also, I know for a fact that Republican Uber drivers don’t do this. Actually, they are more likely to get menacingly asked by aggressive riders what their politics are and have to remain apolitical for the length of the ride.