Black Lives Matter Louisville is threatening small businesses with "mafia tactics" that don't pay
They demand 1.5% of net sales to approved NPOs, diversity training, diversity hires
They vandalized a business that refusedhttps://t.co/lj6gBOR5U1
— Tim Pool (@Timcast) August 2, 2020
Protection rackets, now…
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — More than 100 members of Louisville’s Cuban community gathered at La Bodeguita de Mima, 735 E. Market St., Sunday to rally in support of the immigrant-owned restaurant.
The rally came after a controversial letter from Black Lives Matter protesters laid out demands that aim to improve diversity in NuLu, which is known for its locally owned shops and restaurants.
Fernando Martinez, a partner of the Olé Restaurant Group, publicly denounced the letter’s demands on Facebook, calling them “mafia tactics” used to intimidate business owners. On Thursday, a small group of protesters gathered outside his restaurant, La Bodeguita de Mima, in protest.
For about 10 minutes on Sunday, Martinez gave a passionate speech to the crowd with his mother and relatives standing alongside him.