'Safe' places for conservatives: App lists restaurants to eat in peace

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By: Andrew Krietz | WTSP 10 News
March 12, 2019

Consider it a Yelp of sorts for conservatives: A new app hopes to connect politically-minded people to restaurants where they can eat without the worry of someone yelling at them.

It comes amid stories of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway reporting she was assaulted at a D.C.-area eatery and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen being heckled at a Mexican restaurant.

The app, called "63red Safe," asks users to rate restaurants and local businesses. Creator Scott Wallace explained how it works on Fox News' "Fox and Friends" program.

"It’s just four quick questions, yes or no questions," Wallace said. "Number one: Does this location serve all customers regardless of political beliefs? Will they protect their customers if they’re under attack by others in the restaurant?

"There’s a concealed carry question, and [if] the location [has] a political presence in their social media."

The app is available for Android and Apple devices. It currently has a two out of five-star rating on the Apple App Store.