In today’s edition of “Who’s the Snowflake, now?” a gay conservative is claiming he was kicked out of Brooklyn’s Metropolitan Bar Thursday for being a Donald Trump supporter. However, that couldn’t be further from the truth.
Flagrant can confirm that there are definitely Donald Trump supporters who frequent Metropolitan, and that they sometimes even messily make out with each other in the bathroom. And in this case, the staff of Metropolitan have solid alibis to confirm that they did not discriminate against this particular conservative due to his political beliefs — no matter how much they wanted to.
After the conservative in question, Chadwick Moore, went public with his claims, Metropolitan responded to him on Facebook saying, “We understand that your political views do not match ours, but that doesn’t mean you are not welcome here.” Metropolitan also alleged that Moore was kicked out because his brother started a fight at Metropolitan’s sister bar, Macri Park, that same night — an allegation that Moore denies.
Additionally, Alotta McGriddles, who hosts a regular drag auction at Metropolitan with Thorgy Thor (and who recently sat down with Flagrant for an interview), has written on Facebook that she witnessed the alleged fight at Macri Park.
However, Moore, is still claiming that the staff of Metropolitan unceremoniously ejected him just because he supports a President who is actively working to take away his and his peers’ basic human rights. Moore, of course, is a former Out Magazine editor who bravely “came out” last year as a gay conservative. (One working title for the essay was Heil, Simon.)
Moore later insisted to Page Six, “No one got into a fight at Macri Park. I believe my sister’s fiancé, who was visiting me, got into a political discussion, but it was in no way a ‘fight.’”
Whether Moore is lying, or the truth is actually somewhere in the middle, we can probably all agree that Chadwick Moore is a crybaby who should learn that not everyone in the entire world is supportive of his beliefs.