It seems that the apologists at the Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant in Eastvale, California think that playing the national anthem is too controversial, so they TURNED IT OFF!
When confronted by angry patrons staff were quick to blame the head office, but when they were asked, they then claimed, “We do not have a policy regarding this matter.”
This all started when an employee of the Buffalo Wild Wings chain restaurant, turned down the volume of “The Star-Spangled Banner” before the game between the Chargers and the Broncos.
When this employee was confronted about this, he stated it was company policy to do so. He explained himself by saying that the company had deemed the National Anthem to be “too controversial” to be played in its restaurants.
Lori, the angry customer said, “No one understood what was so controversial. It’s 9/11, it’s a sporting event, why is it controversial?” The incident drew nationwide attention when Lori took a photo of the employee and put it on social media.
The owner of that Buffalo Wild Wings location said about the situation, “World Wide Wings, a Buffalo Wild Wings franchise, apologizes for what happened at our restaurant before the Monday Night Football game.” They then claimed, “We do not have a policy regarding this matter.”
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