D.C. Diners Interrupted by Black Lives Matter

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"Black Lives Matter" (Public Domain) by Daquella manera

In America, the Black Lives Matter group has decided that they aren’t happy with law enforcement. For weeks now, Black Lives Matter has called to defund the police, in spite of the negative consequences that would inevitably follow from such actions.

For the most part, elected officials have allowed Black Lives Matter to run amuck. They’re able to rip down statues and monuments without consequences. Some Democrat mayors, such as the ones in Los Angeles and New York City, already agreed to decrease funding to their local police departments at the behest of Black Lives Matter.

 

Unfortunately, there is a certain tone regarding acceptable behavior for Black Lives Matter. This is why the group stormed a restaurant in Washington D.C. last night, demanding that its patrons pay homage to Black Lives Matter, as documented by Breitbart News.

What Happened in Washington D.C. Last Night?

On Thursday evening, Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar faced the wrath of Black Lives Matter for no apparent reason. The far-left group marched inside the Peruvian cuisine restaurant; as the ringleader read words from his cell phone, other Black Lives Matter people repeated him.

Claims that “black people are dying,” and demands for restaurant patrons to raise their hands in support of abolishing the police were just a few examples of what happened. Likewise, Black Lives Matter professed that diners need to “stand in solidarity with” people of color who face “murder by the police.”

Why Didn’t the Restaurant Stop This?

As Black Lives Matter chanted and made a scene, Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar didn’t kick them out or call law enforcement. An employee of the restaurant later gave a statement claiming that Black Lives Matter simply came in on their own volition and began chanting.

Shortly thereafter, the employee stated that due to the number of demonstrators, booting them out of Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar would have presented too great a challenge. Therefore, workers of the establishment merely stood by and “let them do what they wanted to.”

After Black Lives Matter finished up at Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar, they later tried to force their way into Whole Foods; however, law enforcement officers were there on the scene to block entry, allowing shoppers and employees to continue their night in peace.

What do you think about the way Black Lives Matter descended upon the Washington D.C. restaurant and its patrons? Share your views with us down below in the comments section.