Cuban Restaurant Vandalized After Owner Called Out Louisville Black Lives Matter for Using ‘Mafia Tactics’ to Shake Down Businesses
A brave Louisville restaurant owner is standing up to the Black Lives Matter mob and has put them on blast for using “mafia tactics” in an attempt to shake down local businesses.
The Cuban business owner, Fernando Martinez, owner of La Bodeguita de Mima, had his business vandalized for refusing to comply with a lengthy set of demands sent to local businesses.
“On Thursday, a small group of protesters returned to the restaurant after seeing Martinez’s post about the demands on Facebook. While there, one protester smashed a flower pot outside the business, while the rest spoke with Martinez and other employees about why the demands are needed,” the Courier Journal reported.
In response to his business being targeted, he organized a protest of Cuban business owners to stand against Black Lives Matter’s bullying.
The demands given to him by the “peaceful protesters,” include employing at least 23 percent black staff, buying at least 23 percent of their inventory from black retailers or make a recurring donation of 1.5 percent of their net sales to a local black charity.