In a tweet on Saturday, 63 Red Safe said they're "Keeping #conservatives safe".
- A new app tailored for people with conservatives political views promises to help users find businesses and restaurants that offer them a "safe" environment.
Since launching at the beginning of the month, the app features 5,000 restaurant reviews, including one claiming that the Red Hen in Lexington, Virginia - the farm-to-table spot that asked Sarah Huckabee Sanders to leave previous year - was "not safe".
Users can review the local businesses and restaurants, it's just four quick questions, yes-or-no questions.
If they protect customers who are attacked for political reasons.
New app identifies restaurants and businesses that are safe for conservatives The founder of 63red says he wants conservatives to feel safe while they dining and shopping.
"There's a concealed carry question, and [if] the location [has] a political presence in their social media".
Appearing on Fox News, app creator Scott Wallace explained what could get a restaurant or other business branded as "unsafe" for fans of President Donald Trump.
It was not clear how customers would go about obtaining some of the information, or confirming they had obtained the necessary info from restaurant owners, before reporting the answers to the criteria to the app, which then deems the establishment "safe" or "unsafe".
If they serve guests of all political beliefs. "I believe that, between now and 2020, we're going to see the rise of the socialist goon squad", Wallace said.