BLM Activists are demanding money and vandalizing businesses that wont comply
In Louisville Black Lives Matter members are demanding cash payments to approved non profits, diversity training and hiring, and they demand the list of demands be placed in the storefront window.When a local business owner refused, BLM Leftists showed up and vandalized his store. Click To Tweet
Democrats have been ignoring these kind of mafia tactics, rioting, and insanity. The double standard cannot continue and these people need to be held accountable. What do you think will happen after we defund the police or abolish the police? These people will take overTim Pool
More than 100 members of Louisville’s Cuban community gathered at La Bodeguita de Mima, 735 E. Market St., Sunday to rally in support of the immigrant-owned restaurant, decrying the violent “mafia tactics” used to force immigrants to bend the knee.
The rally came after a controversial letter from Black Lives Matter protesters laid out demands that aim to improve diversity in NuLu, which is known for its locally owned shops and restaurants.
Fernando Martinez, a partner of the Olé Restaurant Group, publicly denounced the letter’s demands on Facebook, calling them “mafia tactics” used to intimidate business owners. On Thursday, a small group of protesters gathered outside his restaurant, La Bodeguita de Mima, in protest.
For about 10 minutes on Sunday, Martinez gave a passionate speech to the crowd with his mother and relatives standing alongside him.
“La Bodeguita is open to everybody,” Martinez said. “If you’re gay, this is your home. If you’re Black, this is your home. If you’re white, this is your home. If you’re human, this is your home.”
He also condemned the criticism his business had received over diversity concerns."How can I be called a bigot and a racist when my family is Black? When my son is gay?" Click To Tweet
he asked. “I’m the proud father of a gay son, and I’m gonna fight for him against anybody.”
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