Black Republican Candace Owens harassed by white protesters while having breakfast

Black Republican Candace Owens harassed by white protesters while having breakfast

My, how the tables have been turned! I am old enough to remember when it was customary for black protesters descended restaurants to heckle white people were having brunch. The demonstrations were intended to underscore somehow that black lives matter, though I was never clear on how exactly being a nuisance was supposed to win people to your cause.

Anyway that question is no longer relevant since blacks have moved on. Some have even moved to the Right and in so doing set the stage for the latest edition of the Brunch Follies. Being a pest during the morning meal remains the M.O., but now the skin color of the protesters and target have been swapped.

Early this morning, black GOP activist was having breakfast with Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk when a flash mob associated with Antifa surrounded them at their table and began shouting profanities and slogans including “No More White Supremacy.” According to the Daily Caller, one of the intruders poured a drink on Kirk’s head, which amounts to assault and battery. He has decided, however, not to press charges.

Owens captured the lunacy on video, which you can view below.

I urge far left Sen. Brian Schatz, to watch the video and see if she still stands by his claim that acting out in this manner “is not a thing on the Left,”

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Ben Bowles

Ben Bowles

Ben Bowles is a freelance writer and regular contributor to "Liberty Unyielding."


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