(CBN News) A group of young black conservatives on their way to a Make America Great Again “meet-up” at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C. were refused service by an Uber driver because of their political affiliation and support for President Donald Trump.
“To me, what happened took me back to the ’60s when black Americans where told they could sit in the front of the bus, they had to sit at the back of the bus, or eat at the same restaurant, or go to the same school or would be hosed in certain neighbors,” Matthew Handy told CBN News. “So now we are going to discrimination not based on race but on political standing. We are gonna see people not welcome in places because they are conservative or liberal. So, that is more disturbing to me than any other aspect of this.”