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No, not unless you can prove that your termination was somehow related to your political beliefs about the restaurant.
You didn't happen to work for any type of governmental entity did you?
I did not work for a government entity, the restaurants owner abused a man while drinking at his restaurant last night, he came into the restaurant I work at and Abused our bartender verbally.
Do these qualify as political beliefs?
What would qualify as political beliefs?
No, that wouldn't do it. If you had posted a negative review because, for example, the owner had stated he wouldn't serve MUslims or LGBT etc. then that would likely qualify as a political belief.
I don't think what you did could qualify as political, just criticizing someone for being an a$$.
Governmental entities operate under a different set of rules than private establishments but since you weren't working at one of those it's not an issue.