“Line Goes Around the Block” At Bill Miller BBQ After Dem Castro Outs Owner As Trump Donor

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The Bill Miller BBQ franchise is rockin’ in San Antonio after Democrat Rep. Joaquin Castro doxxed President Trump’s donors in that city… his list included Balous Miller. The numerous establishments were so packed that cars wrapped around the block waiting for some Texas-style BBQ. As Todd Starnes put it, “It turns out the gun-toting, Bible-clinging Trump supporters in San Antonio don’t take kindly to a politician who disrespects their brisket.” Amen to that, brother.

Doxxing involves releasing personal contact details publically on someone. Castro released the names and places of employment of Trump’s donors. It should be a crime and it is certainly an invasion of privacy. It’s also an incitement to violence. But Texas isn’t like other places and Castro is now witnessing the backlash of his political hit list.

“Their contributions are fueling a campaign of hate that labels Hispanic immigrants as ‘invaders’,” Castro wrote on Twitter. Other Dems such as Rashida Tlaib backed the move by Castro. Conservatives were alarmed and incensed as they should be.

One of the businesses Castro targeted for political retribution was Bill Miller Bar-B-Q, one of the most popular brisket and sweet tea joints in San Antonio. Personally, I don’t drink sweet tea but I do love brisket. It is a heavenly experience. Texans rallied around the business and are giving it more love than they can handle currently.

From Fox News:

“For those of you north of the Mason-Dixon line, eating brisket is something of a worship experience. I’ve heard stories from the Hill Country that some Baptist churches in those parts actually serve brisket and sweet tea for the Lord’s Supper.

“Castro must have imagined thousands of San Antonians converging on the barbecue joints armed with torches and pitchforks, terrorizing customers in the drive-thru and staging boycotts. He must have dreamed about literally running the pit masters out of town.

“But there are some rules about living in the Lone Star State. You go to church on Sunday. You don’t talk bad about somebody’s momma. And you don’t mess with the brisket.

“The day after Castro published that hateful screed, thousands of Texans piled into their pickup trucks and drove to the nearest Bill Miller Bar-B-Q.

“Social media reports flooded in showing massive drive-thru lines backing up onto busy streets. Hungry customers patiently waited in lines out the door.

“Texas Gov. Greg Abbott tweeted a photograph of a plate piled high with barbecue noting it was a “perfect night for @BillMillerBarBQ.”

“Conservatives have rallied to the restaurant’s defense, much like they did when Chick-fil-A was victimized by leftist bullies over the company’s Christian beliefs. Remember that story?”

The food writer at the San Antonio Express-News also reported on the newfound fame of the already popular barbecue restaurant:

“We are now officially in the age when barbecue is no longer safe from the bureaucrats — not even a San Antonio institution like Bill Miller Bar-B-Q. And I say the state needs to be separate from the church of smoke.

“Texas Gov. Greg Abbott came to the immediate defense of Miller, posting a photo on Twitter of a barbecue plate and stating: “Perfect night for @BillMillerBarBQ.”’

Bill Miller Bar-B-Q has 70 restaurants in Texas. And all of them were packed after this. Every. Single. One. One barbecue owner, who wished to remain anonymous, estimated that a single Bill Miller location outsells most independent barbecue joints in the area by a wide margin. According to its website, it sells up to 2,500 smoked briskets per day. And that was before this madness.

From IJR:

“National Press Secretary for Trump’s re-election campaign Kayleigh McEnany blasted the tweet as “completely unacceptable” and called for Castro’s brother’s campaign to “answer for this unacceptable behavior.”

“House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) also weighed in, saying that “this isn’t a game.”

“People should not be personally targeted for their political views. Period,” wrote Scalise. “This isn’t a game. It’s dangerous, and lives are at stake. I know this firsthand.”’

This foray into fascist political censorship and doxxing is not going well for Castro or his brother who is running for the Democratic nomination in 2020. He’s looking to create chaos and violent upheaval to win political points here. It’s called incitement to violence and it’s a deadly game.

Castro is viewing the unintended consequences of his actions here. But what’s even worse than successful free advertising for your adversaries is the fact that by doing this, Castro shot himself in the political foot and doesn’t stand a chance in hell of getting reelected or seeing his brother occupy the White House. Good times. You just don’t mess with Texans’ BBQ.

Sources: Fox News, Breitbart, IJR, Gateway Pundit, FoxSanAntonio, RedState, mySA, San Antonio Express-News, CBS Austin, San Antonio Current

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