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BLM Firebombed Business After Owner Stood Up To Them

    Gang harassed business owner trying to protect his store who said, ‘I don’t see color’ – September 26, 2020

    Image Credits: @VenturaReport/Twitter.

    A group of Black Lives Matter protesters were filmed confronting a Louisville storeowner demanded his allegiance to the BLM movement during the ongoing Breonna Taylor protests.

    Footage shows Louisville business owner Fadi Faouri posted outside protecting his establishment armed with a rifle when a gang of BLM protesters surrounded him and began hounding him about race.

    “Are you trying to intimidate me? I’m not playing that game,” Faouri told the group, explaining that he was only trying to protect his business.

    “If you’re a good person I will care about you, if you’re a bad person…,” he said before shrugging.

    The mob then grilled him about Breonna Taylor’s death.

    “That’s not my fucking business!” Faouri replied.

    “It should be your business because all lives matter right?” the woman said. “You can say that, but it’s the color black that is the issue.”

    “You have an issue with that, I don’t have an issue,” Faouri replied. “I don’t care, white or black bullshit, I see you as a human being, that’s all that I care about.”

    According The Daily Caller’s Jorge Ventura, a building leased by Faouri was then firebombed on Friday night following the confrontation.

    The riots had extended to its third night following the indictment of a Louisville police officer over the death of Breonna Taylor, although he wasn’t charged directly for her death.

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