RT @AndrewQuackson: BREAKING: The manager fired from Chipotle for doing her job was offered her job back. I hope she sues for wrongful termination. Corporations need to protect their employees from social media mobs and fake news. https://t.co/t8Qdg0tv7a
RT @DrShayPhD: Chipotle bought the 'everything is racist' bull and fired manager for refusing to serve customers before seeing proof they could pay. They may rehire the manager after the customers had a history of dine and dash.
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