Brunch protesters shocked by pushback from diners in Atlanta, Minneapolis metros

Brunch protesters shocked by pushback from diners in Atlanta, Minneapolis metros

[Ed. – Looks like brunch patrons aren’t as passive once you get outside Manhattan.]

Some sort of tipping point seems to have been reached, with Sunday morning brunch patrons no longer willing to sit passively as noisy protesters attempt to guilt-trip them about being white, or having the disposable income to go out for a nice brunch, or something (in my view, mostly anger about being such losers).  Gateway Pundit reports on the pushback in Atlanta and Minneapolis eateries yesterday. In Atlanta:

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Some customers at Sweet Melissa’s reportedly pushed and talked back against the protes “#BlackBrunchATL received a number of threats/shoves at Sweet Melissa’s. “Our breakfast matters” erupted from a table.”

One white man sitting at a table with Black friends was filmed vocally objecting to the protest, repeatedly saying, “You’re stirring up conflict”, and at one point telling the protesters to “go home”.

Meanwhile, In Excelsior, Minnesota, which is located on the shores of Lake Minnetonka:

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“The whole restaurant yelled and swore at us. A man followed us outside to keep yelling asking us if white lives matter too. #BlackBrunchMN”

Black Brunch protesters in Excelsior, Minnesota were run out of Maynard’s restaurant Sunday morning by angry customers and staff. The reaction was so swift one protester said they did not have time to take photos.

“And now I’m at my family’s house and can’t even process #BlackBrunchMN. Sending love to my protest family.”

“#BlackBrunchMN at Maynard’s was so elevated and violent so fast that I couldn’t even tweet or take pictures.”

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