They have that right, but that doesn't make it right
>Don't people who make a fuss over being refused service/removed from the premises just get mocked and end up in cringe compilations for it 99% of the time, except the 1% of the time when their refusal to leave is an act of owning libs?
It's why you don't make a fuss and remain calm about it.
Record the encounter, but remain calm. Don't be rude, don't raise your voice, try to be understanding, give options if you can, but, basically, don't do anything necessarily "cringey".
>Some people can only be called an entitled SJW for standing up for their values so many times before they say "fuck it" and call it quits.
I guess it depends on your circles. But, I find, at least going by what I had always defined as SJWs, it isn't a defense of their values as much as a flat refusal to allow those who disagree with them any kind of courtesy or consideration.
If you are a nazi, accurately called that or no, you do not deserve to have a job, a bank, a home, and so on. You should be shunned from all walks of society, everyone should refuse to serve you, and any place where you would seek shelter should be condemned for housing you.
I don't really see this sort of behavior as something of values.