Outback Steakhouse Apologizes after Uniformed Officer in Cleveland, Tennessee Told to Leave ‘Gun-Free Zone’

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Bloomin’ Brands Inc., the parent company of Outback Streakhouse, has apologized to a uniformed officer who was told to leave its “gun-free zone.” Andrew Ward of the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency was eating with his wife in Cleveland, Tennessee, last Friday when an Outback Steakhouse manager approached.



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2 Thoughts to “Outback Steakhouse Apologizes after Uniformed Officer in Cleveland, Tennessee Told to Leave ‘Gun-Free Zone’”

  1. Eric

    Why wasnt the manager fired?

  2. Horatio Bunce

    “What is this country coming to?”

    Gee, all the rest of us taxpayers have our constitutional rights infringed by your employer, the state, why shouldn’t you? TN Republicans caved to corporate interests (FedEx, Eastman, etc.) but called it personal property rights – while at the same time they dictate how many parking spots

    “Folks, we need to turn our attention to people like this who try and push their agenda on all those around them.”

    When law enforcement has spent years siding against law-abiding gun owners, always fighting attempts to repeal existing state law unconstitutional infringements on the 2nd Amendment, making all those press conference appearances with the against-guns governors and urban mayors, creating and fostering the fear of guns in public, it shouldn’t come as a shock that the sheep respond exactly as they have been trained.

    http://media1.s-nbcnews.com/i/MSNBC/Components/Slideshows/_production/ss-091211-tennGunLaw/ss-091211-tennGunLaw-02.jpg

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