Last Updated on February 17, 2022
“Black owned” trended on Twitter this weekend as rioters and leftist supporters pushed for a Kristallnacht-style, targetted assault on white owned businesses, with some users suggesting black business owners display a “black owned” sign in their window to ensure their business’s safety.
“I JUST PROVIDED YOU WITH FOUR MF APPS THAT TELL YOU WHATS BLACK OWNED AROUND YOU IF YOU’RE GOING TO RIOT,” Twitter user @_dimpledee Tweeted. “PLEASE STRATEGIZE AND NOT BURN DOWN BOB (black owned businesses).”
I JUST PROVIDED YOU WITH FOUR MF APPS THAT TELL YOU WHATS BLACK OWNED AROUND YOU IF YOU’RE GOING TO RIOT . PLEASE STRATEGIZE AND NOT BURN DOWN BOB !!!! PLEASE RETWEET pic.twitter.com/GVAGEqAouo
— pimpin (@_dimpledee) May 30, 2020
Unfortunately for many small business owners not listed on the apps, whose race may not be known to rioters, @_dimpledee doesn’t appear willing to take any chances. “Some of the smaller businesses are owned by racists never know who you can trust,” the Twitter user went on to explain.
“F- Gucci, Louis V, Target, Walmart, and all other businesses. If they not [Black Owned] we don’t care. If we don’t own it we don’t care,” Tweeted @19keys_.
Fuck Gucci, Louis V, Target , Walmart , and all other businesses.
If they not [Black Owned ] we don’t care .
If we don’t own it we don’t care. #19keys
— 19keys (@19keys_) May 30, 2020
“Before y’all go loot, you need a map of which businesses are white owned and which are black. Be strategic and take it all,” Tweeted @itscecduhh.
Over recent nights, countless small businesses and big box stores alike have been looted and burned – along with the Minneapolis Police Department’s 3rd Precinct – as rioters backed by notoriously violent left-wing groups like Black Lives Matter and AntiFa have raged nationwide, seemingly condoned by Democrat politicians. Despite unsubstantiated claims by Minnesota Governor Tim Walz, a Democrat, that “white supremacists” and “drug cartels” have been behind the violence, Leslie Redmond, President of the Minneapolis chapter of the NAACP, told protestors that the violence has been “a long time coming,” while warning, “the city will burn.”
On a more positive note, a tweet from @GhanaNet found under the trending topic displayed black business owners in St. Paul, Minnesota protecting their life’s work from violent mobs by exercising their 2nd Amendment rights.
Sure. That's why BLACK PEOPLE have to protect their businesses from BLACK people! You are so brainwashed! 👉👉👉 Lawful black firearms owners standing guard outside their businesses. https://t.co/4f40fLeDAu
— Black. White. FACTS & TRUMP❤ (@GhanaNet) May 29, 2020