Nothing says patriotism like a business sign which says that if you don't love Jesus and America, get the f--k out! Today, the lovely, leggy Outnumbered gals took a page from Fox & Friends to just gush over the latest display of patriotic, Christian exclusion.
If it's one thing that Fox News and their pal, Donald Trump, can't stand, it's "political correctness" - you know, the thing that gets in the way of real (read white) Americans being able to spew whatever racial, ethnic, religious (we're looking at you atheists and Muslims) or gender based slur that comes into their narrow, little, Fox News addled minds. So whenever Fox can strike a blow to "PC" culture, they do so with vigor.
In November, a Christian Ohio baker put up a sign which told those who don't meet right wing standards for Christian patriotism (or patriotic Christianity) to take a hike. Naturally, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, now just a fond Fox memory, provided a gushing and glowing Fox platform for the baker and his exclusionary sign. Fox's weekend friends exalted a Southern sheriff who posted the same sign. And today, the Outnumbered gals, their skirts on high, got in on the act with lavish praise for a Texas restaurant that posted the same sign.
The very Christian and patriotic Andrea Tantaros began with a report about how the Berryhill Baja Grill has "issued a warning to the PC police" with the same sign that has already garnered national publicity from Fox News. Tantaros read the sacred text: "Notice. This store is politically incorrect, we say Merry Christmas, God bless America, we salute our flag, give thanks to our troops, police officers, and firefighters. If this offends you, you are welcome to leave. In God we trust."
To her question of "who would eat there," Meghan McCain (daughter of Sen. John McCain) squirmed with delight as she said that she wanted "more of this everywhere, I just want to write this restaurant a check and their owners and I want them to open up a bunch of chains in NY City." As a Foxbot, she did her duty to advance the anti-PC meme: "I'm so sick of politically correct bs everywhere, especially during the holidays." She whined about how somebody, who said happy holidays, "ruined" her Christmas spirit. (Wow, is that all it takes...!)
#OneluckyguyTom Shillue said that the sign will generate publicity (thank you Fox News). When he said that he doesn't have a beef with "happy holidays," Tantaros responded that she didn't want to be yelled at if she says Merry Christmas. (Right, she's getting yelled at, uh, huh...). Harris Faulkner was delighted when Tantaros informed us that, at Christmas, her family's restaurants had bible verses on their menus. (Maybe Andrea should read some?) Faulkner noted that her Jewish husband wishes people a Merry Christmas. The banner reinforced the anti-PC meme: "TX Eatery Touts UN-PC Policy of Saying Merry Christmas."
Tantaros did acknowledge that she wouldn't walk into a synagogue and say Merry Christmas. Faulkner quipped that "the rabbi would probably be fine with that, it's all about love, the season." After Faulkner explained the reason for saying Happy Holidays, Andrea Tantaros, who just oozes Christian love, smiled angelically as she said "Merry Christmas to all of you."
It's all about love, the season - yeah, right...
But at least Andrea Tantaros isn't yelling at Jews, so we can rest easy on that score!!!