63red Releases App for Protecting Conservatives While Eating and Shopping
“63red Safe”, a restaurant and business review app, protects conservatives as they eat and shop.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma — 63red, makers conservative mobile tools, has released “63red Safe”, an app to keep conservatives safe as they eat and shop.
“63red Safe” is a platform for conservatives to share local business experiences with other conservatives. Users can post reviews based on four questions designed to describe whether the restaurant or business keeps their customers safe.
“Conservatives have come under attack in restaurants and while shopping, and it’s only going to get worse leading up to the 2020 elections,” said Scott Wallace, lead developer at 63red. “We’re letting conservatives mark which local businesses will keep them safe, and where they feel at risk. Conservatives want to spend their money in businesses where they feel safe and protected.”
The app asks four questions about the restaurant or business being reviewed:
- Does this business serve persons of every political belief?
- Will this business protect its customers if they are attacked for political reasons?
- Does this business allow legal concealed carry under this state’s laws?
- Does this business avoid politics in its ads and social media postings?
The questions are neither conservative or liberal, but instead ask if the business has political leanings of any kind, and whether all customers can feel safe, even if they don’t agree with the politics of that business.
From the brutal beating of Turning Point USA’s Hayden Williams on the Berkeley campus, to the ejecting of Sarah Huckabee Sanders from the Red Hen in Lexington, Virginia, and the constant harassment and assaults on those wearing MAGA hats, conservatives are unsure where they can appear in public without being attacked for their political beliefs. “63red Safe” let’s them alert others to what local restaurants and businesses will treat them with respect, and keep them safe.
“Customer safety should not be a political issue, but many, many businesses are involving themselves in politics, and often that makes people feel unsafe,” says Mr. Wallace. “In the past three years, many conservatives have been verbally and physically attacked at businesses that promote political agendas, and we want conservatives to notify each other of the restaurants and businesses where they can feel safe.”
“We believe, by being called out, local restaurants and businesses will learn a necessary lesson: there is no profit by being involved in politics.”
“63red Safe” is available today for Apple and Android mobile devices. Users can search for “63red” in the Apple AppStore or Google Play Store.
“63red Safe” is a part of the 63red suite of conservative tools, which includes “63red News”, a social app for conservative news, and “63red Talk”, a real-time chat app for conservatives covering the latest topics.
63red is a mobile-first builder of tools for conservatives.
For further information, contact 63red on Twitter at @63red, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more at https://63red.com/apps