O'mei Chinese Cuisine in Santa Cruz, California has been shut down after an investigation found out the owner donated $500 to ex-KKK leader David Duke's 2016 senatorial campaign.
An article in Indybay, an independent media center, exposed Northern California businesses that donated to Duke. Among those listed was Roger Grigsby, the owner of the Chinese restaurant.
Grigsby was forced to close his doors after the news came out and employees and customers began to boycott. The restaurant has been open for 38 years.
In a statement, Grigsby said, "My campaign contribution was to one of the men supporting European American civil rights" and that he's a "token in a much larger process of terrorizing white European Americans into silence in what has come to be known as the 'war on whites.'"
There is division here. Some people think the outing was justified while others say Grigsby's political affiliation is no one's business. What do you think? Would you/have you stopped patronizing a business because you found out that you disagree with their political lean?