Well wokeness has come full circle for Mayor Bill de Blasio.
As I have often written you can’t be too woke, because the far leftist lunatics will eventually come after you.
The mayor of New York, who infamously painted Black Lives Matter in front of Trump’s Midtown building, now has BLM protesting his vaccine mandate as racist.
Black Lives Matter Greater New York confirmed to news outlets that they will stage a demonstration in front of Carmine’s restaurant on Manhattan’s Upper West Side after three black women from Houston, TX were denied entry due to not proving they got the jab.
“I believe that this New York City vaccine passport will be used to keep Black people out of spaces, and if we don’t stop it now then the police will use it as an excuse to harass and arrest our people,” a Black Lives Matter Greater New York spokesperson said.
The melee happen last week when police allege the three women — Kaeita Nkeenge Rankin, 44, Tyonnie Keshay Rankin, 21, and Sally Rechelle Lewis — were refused indoor dining by the hostess because of a lack of proof, which is now mandatory under de Blasio’s rule.
A lawyer, Justin Moore, for one of the women charged with assault and released by NYPD, claimed they were racially profiled and demanded the hostess be fired.
“This hostess clearly has some anger management issues and unfortunately her aggression and her violence led to something that three black women are being punished for,” the Texas lawyer told the press. He also alleged that the hostess used a racial slur against the three and attacked one of the women, sparking the fight.
A lawyer for Carmine’s denied all the allegations.
“Any claim that they were racially profiled is a complete fabrication, disingenuous, and outright irresponsible,” Carolyn Richmond said in response to the charges.
While City Hall will not comment on the racial divide in the city over vaccine rates, a quick check of the NYC Health Department records show the five boroughs has a one shot vaccination rate of nearly 80%, while Black New Yorkers are only a 38%, as of Monday.