Trump Fan Laughed Out Of Court After Suing Bar For Kicking Him Out

When Trump supporters proudly declare “TRUMP IS MY GOD” and similar insane things on social media, it’s time we realize that these inbred motherf*ckers might be serious.

A judge in Manhattan was blessed to find himself presented with perhaps the dumbest case he has seen in his career. 31-year-old Greg Piatek developed an extreme case of the sads just after his Lord and Savior Donald Trump took the oath of office in January when his celebration was cut short.

Piatek was sitting in The Happiest Hour, a popular West Village watering hole, when he found himself treated with the same respect with which Trump supporters treat the rest of us. Noticing Piatek’s dumbass red “Make America Great Again” hat, the bartender refused to serve him because he’s a terrible human being. But the bartender didn’t realize that he was crazy, too.

“Anyone who supports Trump — or believes what you believe — is not welcome here! And you need to leave right now because we won’t serve you!” Piatek says a manager told him as he was kicked out of the bar. Piatek and his friends had been served earlier in the evening, but after the bartender noticed the MAGA hat, she skipped them.

One of Piatek’s moronic friends rudely demanded immediate service, but the bartender replied, “Is that hat a joke?”

“Immediately it clicked,” Piatek said. “Ignoring me because I’m wearing the hat is ridiculous.” Ultimately, he was served a second round, but the bartender allegedly “slammed the drinks down.”

“I can’t believe you would support someone so terrible and you must be as terrible a person!,” a third bartender told Piatek later, refusing to serve him. “I wasn’t even trying to order a drink and she said, ‘Don’t even try to order from me. I won’t get you a drink.’”

When the tortured little snowflake and his friends complained to management, they were told to leave.

Piatek sued in the Manhattan Supreme Court, saying his much-deserved treatment “offended his sense of being American.”

That’s about as sane as this situation gets.

When the bar’s lawyer pointed out that only religious beliefs — not political ones — are protected under New York discrimination laws, adding that  “supporting Trump is not a religion,” Piatek’s attorney argued that Trump is his god and master and MAGA is his religion. The NY Post reports:

“The purpose of the hat is that he wore it because he was visiting the 9/11 Memorial,” his attorney Paul Liggieri told Justice David Cohen in court Wednesday.

“He was paying spiritual tribute to the victims of 9/11. The Make American Great Again hat was part of his spiritual belief,” Liggieri claimed. Piatek and his pals had, in fact, visited the memorial before the bar.

“Rather than remove his hat, instead he held true to his spiritual belief and was forced from the bar,” Liggieri said.

When the judge asked how the bar employees were supposed to be aware of Piatek’s unusual religious beliefs, Liggieri answered, “They were aware he was wearing the hat.”

Sound dumb? Oh, you just wait — it gets dumber:

“How many members are in this spiritual program that your client is engaged in?” the judge asked.

“Your honor, we don’t allege the amount of individuals,” Liggieri said.

“So, it’s a creed of one?” the judge asked.

“Yes, your honor,” Liggieri replied.

After nearly an hour of argument the judge took a short break and then returned to the bench with his ruling.

“Plaintiff does not state any faith-based principle to which the hat relates,” Cohen said in tossing the case.

Piatek had sued for unspecified emotional damages, but the judge said the incident amounted to nothing more than a “petty” slight.

“Here the claim that plaintiff was not served and eventually escorted out of the bar because of his perceived support for President Trump is not outrageous conduct,” the judge ruled.

After this, no Trump supporter gets to call anyone who finds their conduct offensive a “snowflake” ever again.