Andy Ternay, a bearded blacksmith from Garland, went to brunch on Sunday wearing a shirt displaying the words, “Fuck Trump.” Employees at First Watch in Richardson, TX asked him to leave and someone even called the police. That same day, Ternay made a post on his Facebook account that went viral.

Ternay begins his long account of the meal that wasn’t meant to be with the words, “Adventuresome morning today!”

The post includes a photo of Ternay wearing the shirt at a table with a menu in hand. The front of it displays the words, “FUCK TRUMP AND FUCK YOU FOR VOTING FOR HIM.” This is the same phrase Karen Fonseca had on her bumper sticker. Another photo shows the back of Ternay’s shirt, which has an image of an obscene hand gesture involving the middle finger. It also displays the words, “FUCK THE RACIST ALT-RIGHT.”

Ternay explains that a manager told him “customers were distressed by his shirt and that children might see it.” Ternay responded by letting “her know that explaining ‘grab ‘em by the pussy’ and golden showers to my daughter was equally unpleasant.”

Ternay claims that “a Latino woman” and “two African-American workers” told him they liked his shirt. He explains that after he and his partner placed their orders and received their drinks another employee, “one of
the cooks,” asked them to leave. He notes that “one table of white people” applauded as they left.

Richardson police arrived as he was leaving around 11:30 a.m., but Ternay says he refused to identify himself. He also cited Cohen v.California, the 1971 United States Supreme Court freedom of speech case that
overturned a man’s conviction for disturbing the peace by wearing a jacket with the phrase, “Fuck the Draft.”

The officer just wanted Ternay to leave.

“If your kids can’t handle the words ‘Fuck’ they are going to have a really tough time in this world,” Ternay wrote. He also decried the treatment of “Muslims and people of color, LGBTQ, and women.” Apparently, he hasn’t heard of Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib who support Sharia which supports tossing gays off of building and FGM (female genital mutilation.)

“I’m fine with being asked to leave and I don’t urge a boycott,” Ternay adds. “These things are never easy for businesses.”

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    • David Przybyszewski

    • 3 weeks ago

    I have to agree, that his shirt is freedom of speech. People have a right to express themselves with any words they want. Just because, a word that has gained a stigma, to some, doesn’t mean others have a right to force their personal idea of morals on another.

    With this said, I don’t agree with what his shirt proclaimed and I personally am offended by what it reads. But, I have not right to take his 1st Amendment rights from him.

    1. I agree with you. I don’t like the shirt, but free speech is more important. Right now the left is taking it away, so we don’t need to become like them. Look away, change the channel, whatever, but we all are entitled to our opinions.

      • Matt Burden

      • 2 weeks ago

      You need to get a life, and move on!!!! Trump is your President whether you like it or not so just suck it up!!!! Since we had to put up with Obummer as President you can surely put up with President Trump!!!!

        • Matt Burden

        • 2 weeks ago

        I retract my first comment, it was a misunderstanding I miss read the latest comment sorry!!!!

        1. No worries.

      1. And President Trump will have 4 more years. MAGA 2020

      • Kim Sasser

      • 2 weeks ago

      Freedom of speech is important but so is common decency. Families enjoying a meal shouldn’t have to put up with malcontents looking to make obscene political statements during breakfast. I applaud First Watch for asking him to leave.

      1. I agree.

      • Honest Glen

      • 2 weeks ago


      1. Another nutcase.

      • Edith Calem

      • 2 weeks ago

      Nothing to do with the shirt he assaulted an individual period

      1. Exactly.

    • Bill Ashby

    • 3 weeks ago

    He has the right to wear what ever he wants, he doesn’t have the right to try and impose his ideology or views on other people in a private setting like a restaurant or other businesses.

    1. MAGA

    • Jennifer Recktenwald

    • 3 weeks ago

    Whether I liked what the shirt said or not, was not the issue. Yes, he is free to wear it. Businesses are also free to ask him to leave. If he had just stuck to his dislike of Trump or other political statements, he would have been fine. Patrons would have just turned away, if they disagreed. His use of profanity in both picture and word is what most likely offended others. The business has to protect their interests, and ask him to leave. Most businesses have an anti-profanity policy.

    1. Agree.

    • Martystork

    • 2 weeks ago

    If the word doesn’t offend, why is it not used frequently on TV shows that are over the air (not cable)?

    1. Very true.

    • Bob Ondaknob

    • 2 weeks ago

    Typical liberal hypocrite. Laments having to explain a private locker room comment, blasted across the airways by his liberal MSM. Laments having to explain the MSM and liberal backed fake dossier language about golden showers, but he is okay with parading his obscenities and lack of respect for the Office of the President in front of everyone else’s family. Drama queen.

    1. Agree.

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