It is fairly easy to guess what happened. A couple of highly entitled black people don’t like their pizza, and not having the humility or interpersonal skills to cope with the situation, were rude and aggressive with the restaurant workers. The restaurant people, tired of working hard, late into the night, in a hot kitchen to serve the desires of black people who are either on welfare or have 9 to 5 government jobs where they mostly gossip, told them what they could do with it. Predictably, a press conference, lawsuit and protest march ensue.
The comments are hilarious. I can’t believe they permit such open expression of dissent; usually on such a topic comments are closed, but the unwashed masses are making their disapproval clear. I’m a little surprised to see Paul Kersey mentioned, but maybe people are looking out of the mainstream more.
I don’t think the white working class of Long Island will be scared off from patronizing this restaurant by the black vilification, in fact they will probably get an increase in business. In the short-term though blacks are getting more aggressive. Nicky Minaj informed Steven Tyler that it is racist to criticize a black person. Black politicians all agree it is racist to criticize Susan Rice. I had MSNBC on the other morning and “conservative” and former Republican congressman Joe Scarborough agreed that Republicans were looking for a climb-down on this.
And yet this did not happen. McCain and Graham said they were not satisfied with Rice’s explanation of her statements on Benghazi. Apparently Hillary Clinton wants John Kerry to succeed her, so the death grip of mulattoes on the executive branch may be weakening a bit.
Being a white stiff in BRA is rough, but even a white stiff has a limit on how much crap he will put up with.