(FOX News) — A “politically incorrect” sign at a Dairy Queen in Wisconsin has sparked a controversy, but the owner stands by his decision to display it.
The poster hanging outside the Kewaskum franchise location warns customers that this restaurant is “politically incorrect” and has been known to use phrases such as “Merry Christmas” and “Happy Easter,” as well as offering free ice cream to veterans.
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It also reads in large letters at the bottom, “In God we trust” and notes that if this information “offends you, you are welcome to contact the owner” so he may “arrange a dedicated ‘snowflake safe space’ a minimum 24 hours in advance.”
“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,” owner Kevin Scheunemann told CBS 58. “It just seems that those kinds of values and principles are becoming controversial in society,” he said.
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