A Manhattan judge has ruled that NYC bars are within their rights to kick you out over your politics.
The case involves a Philadelphia man who says he was kicked out of a bar for wearing a Make American Great Again hat. Lawyers for the bar argued that state laws only protect against religious discrimination, not political, and that "Supporting Trump is not a religion".
The judge agreed, ruling that the man did not have a "faith-based principle" for wearing the hat.
Should it be legal to refuse service to someone based on their politics? What's your "then we got kicked out" story?