So we should have throw the kids in jail along with the parents?All it took was one Facebook post and it seemed the whole Internet, or Twitter at least, knew what happened at The Red Hen in Lexington, Va., on Friday night.
The Facebook status update posted by a server at the small farm-to-table restaurant in the Shenandoah Valley read: "I just served Sarah huckabee sanders for a total of 2 minutes before my owner asked her to leave." The post has since been deleted.
Within hours, The Red Hen's Yelp page was inundated with both positive and negative reviews, reacting to the treatment of White House press secretary Sarah Sanders.
It is not the first time politics has played a role in Trump aides' dinner plans. Tension has been building surrounding President Trump's "zero-tolerance" policy that caused migrant children to be separated from their parents.
On Wednesday, Trump backtracked and signed an executive order to end his family separation policy.
But this reversal didn't prevent officials and aides in Trump administration from facing confrontations at restaurants in the Washington, D.C., area.
On Tuesday, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen was heckled out of an upscale Mexican eatery a couple blocks from the White House. A video shows protesters chanting "shame" while Nielsen sits in the corner.
It does beg the question, why would a restaurant want to be known for allowing protesters in, and ruining everyone's meal?
That can't be good for business.