Bill Miller Bar-B-Q restaurant chain in San Antonio, Texas has seen record sales after the company’s owner was “doxed” as one of President Donald Trump’s donors by Democrat Rep. Joaquin Castro’s (D-TX) this week, according to reports.
Neonnettle Customers were seen queueing around the block to get into Bill Miller Bar-B-Q restaurants, with cars backed up in the drive-through lanes in huge lines.
Bill Miller’s proprietor Balous Miller was among the names on a list published by Castro in an attempt to “name and shame” the president’s supporters in the wake of the recent mass-shootings.
Texas Democratic Rep. Castro is among a number of far-left Dems who claims Trump is “responsible” for the attacks in El Paso and Dayton, Ohio, that left 31 people dead last weekend.
Castro has since come under fire from both Democrats and Republicans for his actions, only gaining support from radicals such as Jihad Squad member Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI).
MSNBC calls out @JoaquinCastrotx for posting info about Trump donors in his city.
His defense is first that its all public information…then pivots to well “I didn’t create the graphic.”
He tweeted it! It wasn’t even a retweet! pic.twitter.com/XboCSQjAb0
— Andrew Clark (@AndrewHClark) August 7, 2019
Castro’s plan to expose people who have donated to President Trump’s re-election campaign appears to have backfired in the case of some on the list, however.
“It seems Castro may have unintentionally advertised for the business because people claiming to be locals are reporting lines of people looking to support it stretching long and far,” BizPac Review reported.