Vans Employee Says “F*ck You” to MAGA Hat Wearing 14-Year-Old After Telling Him to Take Off His Hat, is Promptly Fired
“The actions and comments from this employee at the Oak Park location is in contrast with our values and beliefs,” said Vans in an official statement.
An employee at a Vans retail store in the Oak Park Mall in Overland Park, Kansas was fired after saying “f*ck you” to a 14-year-old customer wearing a red, “Make America Great Again” hat.
The employee asked the customer to remove his hat and then said, “f*ck you.”
The 14-year-old’s mother later confronted the employee, then spoke to the store’s manager. Someone with them recorded the latter encounter and shared it on social media.
Trump Derangement Syndrome is real. A Vans store employee at Oak Park Mall, Kansas told a 14-year-old “f*ck you” for wearing a MAGA hat. Let’s get him fired. pic.twitter.com/PNkPqAxBci
— Ryan Fournier (@RyanAFournier) February 17, 2019
More from The Daily Caller who contacted the Vans Corporate office and was able to obtain a statement:
“He did nothing to you,” the mother told the employee. “What did you say to my son, to my 14-year-old?”
“I’m sure he’s heard it before,” the employee responded.
“Where’s your manager?” she said. “Let’s go.”
The mother then told the manager that the employee told her son to take off his hat. “Then he said F you to my son. My son said nothing to him, did nothing …” (RELATED: Random Stranger Takes Kid’s MAGA Hat, Then Tosses Drink On Him)
The Daily Caller reached out to Vans Corporate offices, who responded with a statement.
“Our focus is to provide the best customer service experience,” a Vans Corporate employee told The Daily Caller. “We did let this employee go. He is no longer with our company. The actions and comments from this employee at the Oak Park location is in contrast with our values and beliefs.”
“We have taken care of the situation,” she added, describing the employee’s actions as having “harassed a young male with a Trump hat.”
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