California deli becomes & # 39; racist & # 39; named after the launch of Trump-inspired & # 39; send her back & # 39; special

California deli becomes & # 39; racist & # 39; named after the launch of Trump-inspired & # 39; send her back & # 39; special

  • John Canesa, owner of Canesa's Brooklyn Heros deli in Clayton, California, offered customers free parties when they said & send her back & # 39;
  • He also said that he offers & # 39; meatballs made with beef today in case we insult our overly sensitive pig haters & # 39;
  • & # 39; Send her back & # 39; seems to be a reference to a controversial song from the audience at a Donald Trump meeting in North Carolina
  • Trump had previously told Democratic opponents to "go back and help remedy the completely broken and crime-damaged places they came from"
  • Mayor Clayton Tuija Catalano said: & # 39; when hateful comments are promoted as part of a local business, they reflect on the reputation of our community & # 39;
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A deli owner has slammed shut after offering a & # 39; send her back & # 39; specially inspired by a controversial song from a Donald Trump rally.

John Canesa, owner of Canesa's Brooklyn Heros deli in Clayton, California, posted the offer on Facebook.

He wrote: & # 39; Meatballs made with beef today as we insult our overly sensitive pig haters !! Free side when you say & # 39; send her back! & # 39;

& # 39; Send her back & # 39; seems to refer to the meeting of the president in North Carolina last week, where Trump supporters repeatedly roared & # 39; send her back & # 39; when he attacked Congressman Ilhan Omar.

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John Canesa, owner of Canesa's Brooklyn Heros deli in Clayton, California, posted the offer on Facebook

John Canesa, owner of Canesa's Brooklyn Heros deli in Clayton, California, posted the offer on Facebook

John Canesa is faced with a kickback after he stated online that customers could get a side off if they controversial & # 39; send her back & # 39; songs reiterated that broke out at a recent rally by President Donald Trump

John Canesa is faced with a kickback after he stated online that customers could get a side off if they controversial & # 39; send her back & # 39; songs reiterated that broke out at a recent rally by President Donald Trump

John Canesa is faced with a kickback after he stated online that customers could get a side off if they controversial & # 39; send her back & # 39; songs reiterated that broke out at a recent rally by President Donald Trump

The hymn – slammed by Trump's opponents as a racist – was inspired by the president's statement that the Somali-born Omar and other progressive Democrats should go back and help the completely broken and crime-damaged places where they came from to help solve & # 39 ;.

After making the special offer, Canesa said KTVU that he had been confronted with threats. His Facebook page has since been made private or deleted.

The company has been bombarded with negative reviews on Yelp since the offer was revealed.

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A user has posted: & # 39; I will not support racism, intolerance, sexism or any form of hatred with my hard-earned money. I'm completely done with this place. & # 39;

The company has been bombarded with negative reviews on Yelp since the offer was revealed. The sandwich shop can be seen above

The company has been bombarded with negative reviews on Yelp since the offer was revealed. The sandwich shop can be seen above

The company has been bombarded with negative reviews on Yelp since the offer was revealed. The sandwich shop can be seen above

The interior of the sandwich shop can be seen above. After making the special offer, Canesa told KTVU that he had been dealing with threats. His Facebook page has since been made private or deleted

The interior of the sandwich shop can be seen above. After making the special offer, Canesa told KTVU that he had been dealing with threats. His Facebook page has since been made private or deleted

The interior of the sandwich shop can be seen above. After making the special offer, Canesa told KTVU that he had been dealing with threats. His Facebook page has since been made private or deleted

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Another wrote: & # 39; Food was always at its best; Owner is racist jackass-STAY AWAY. & # 39;

Clayton Mayor, Tuija Catalano, said on Facebook: & # 39; I am very sad that I saw a Facebook message this morning from the owner of the local deli & # 39;

Clayton Mayor, Tuija Catalano, said on Facebook: & # 39; I am very sad that I saw a Facebook message this morning from the owner of the local deli & # 39;

Clayton Mayor, Tuija Catalano, said on Facebook: & # 39; I am very sad that I saw a Facebook message this morning from the owner of the local deli & # 39;

Mayor of Clayton, Tuija Catalano, also weighed in and wrote on Facebook: & # 39; I am very sad that I saw an FB message this morning from the owner of the local delicatessen. We all have rights to our own political, religious and other opinions. We all have the right to post about them too. & # 39;

She continued: & # 39; There is, however, no place in our community for hatred and intolerance. When hateful comments are promoted as part of a local company, they reflect on the reputation of our community.

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& # 39; As an elected official, who is also a woman and was born abroad, I personally find a comment about returning someone about his political opinions unacceptable. & # 39;

Trump has refused to apologize for the fact that Omar and three other congress women must return to the & # 39; broken and crime-ridden & # 39; countries where they come from.

That is despite the fact that all four are American citizens. And while Omar was born in Somalia, the other members of the progressive democratic & # 39; team & # 39; – Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib and Ayanna Pressley – all born in the US.

The hymn - slammed by Trump's opponents as a racist - was inspired by the president's statement that the Somali-born Omar and other progressive Democrats should go back and help the completely broken and crime-damaged places where they came from to help solve & # 39 ;. trump shared this tweet earlier this month

The hymn - slammed by Trump's opponents as a racist - was inspired by the president's statement that the Somali-born Omar and other progressive Democrats should go back and help the completely broken and crime-damaged places where they came from to help solve & # 39 ;. trump shared this tweet earlier this month

The hymn – slammed by Trump's opponents as a racist – was inspired by the president's statement that the Somali-born Omar and other progressive Democrats should go back and help the completely broken and crime-damaged places where they came from to help solve & # 39 ;. trump shared this tweet earlier this month

Trump has refused to apologize for the fact that Omar and three other congress women must return to the & # 39; broken and crime-ridden & # 39; countries where they come from. he is pictured above during the rally
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Trump has refused to apologize for the fact that Omar and three other congress women must return to the & # 39; broken and crime-ridden & # 39; countries where they come from. he is pictured above during the rally

Trump has refused to apologize for the fact that Omar and three other congress women must return to the & # 39; broken and crime-ridden & # 39; countries where they come from. he is pictured above during the rally

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