I'm a big believer in there's always two sides to a story.  This one definitely fits that bill.  You can decide which side you land on.  Rep. Chad Christensen sat down at the restaurant 'Bacon' last week with a bunch of members of the group The Three Percenters.  All of these people were open-carrying their handguns legally and proceeded to order lunch without a problem.  It was after they received their food that the problem began.

John Berryhill, the owner of 'Bacon' approached the group expressing his concerns about their open-carried handguns.  CBS NEWS reports that one man was wearing a shoulder holster which alarmed the owner even more.  Berryhill allegedly said that was WAY over the top and not necessary.

Here's where the two sides differ.  Christensen says the owner was negative, rude, and aggressive.  Christensen also had issues with the fact that they were addressed on this issue after they had ordered and paid for lunch.  After the entire incident was over, Christensen posted this statement on his facebook page...

Bacon restaurant is NOT gun friendly...I won't be stepping foot in that place again. Pass this around patriots... I am going to use my reach to let as many people as I can know about this...

Christensen has had more than 1,000 LIKES, COMMENTS, & SHARES with this post.  Some negative.  Some positive.  Berryhill says that yes, this confrontation did take place but in a very different way and he calls Christensen's social media blitz a 'SMEAR' campaign.  Here's a quote from Berryhill...

Christensen's account is not even close to accurate...btw, I am not against guns, concealed guns, or even open carry w/the exception of being in populated areas like cities w/restaurants, bars, libraries, parks etc. where families w/children are, and where a mass of diversity breathes openly.

I'll leave this one to you guys.  Is the owner of 'Bacon' right or wrong?  Or is it just not that simple?  I'd love to hear your thoughts.