In Rochester, New York, BLM protesters have made another appearance. This time, they trapped around 100 people in a Wegmans grocery store.
Daniel Prude was a black man who died after an encounter with the Rochester Police Department. At the time, the incident went viral because Prude was high on PCP and naked when he encountered the police.
Last month, the New York Attorney General announced that a grand jury would not be seeking charges against officers involved. After all, Prude was naked and high on drugs as he resisted arrest. Late, he fell into a coma and died at the hospital.
Despite that, the news sparked the BLM supporters into more protests.
Local news reporter Michael Schwartz reported that the mob yelled, “We have a long walk today, we’re shutting s*** down!” as they protested.
Roughly 200 protesters then began marching down to the Wegmans grocery store on East Avenue. As soon as they arrived, the BLM protesters trapped about 100 customers inside.
As usual, the truth doesn’t seem to be important to BLM supporters. They’ll use any excuse to protest—even if they have to twist the truth or ignore it outright.
Watch Blaze TV’s Slightly Offensive host Elijah Schaffer talk about this incident here: