Employees at a Chicago restaurant have been receiving death threats because the owners reportedly traveled to Washington, DC for the President Trump rally that turned into a siege on Capitol Hill.
Tank Noodle, a Vietnamese restaurant in Chicago, is under fire after photos on social media emerged Wednesday apparently showing the shop’s associate manager, Thien Ly, heading to the riots in DC, Eater reported.
In one Facebook photo, Ly can be seen sitting next to another man inside a plane alongside a screenshot of his United Airlines boarding pass showing his flight from Chicago to DC.
“Jan#6 Get Wild! #fightfortrump,” the photo caption reads, according to Eater.
A Tank Noodle employee told the outlet the staff has received many death threats in response to the owners’ support for Trump.
“We’re afraid for our lives right now, we’re just trying to work and provide for our family,” the worker said. “[Staff] all have children, now they’re scared they won’t have