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NBC’s ‘Superstore’ Lies: BLM Protests ‘99% Peaceable’

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Antifa and Black Lives Matter riots have been destroying main Democrat-run cities throughout the nation this 12 months, however to woke Hollywood the protests are “99% peaceable.”

On October 29, NBC premiered season 6 of Superstore, its sitcom a couple of large field retailer much like Walmart. The episode, “Important,” targeted totally on the function large field shops have performed throughout the Coronavirus and the workers’ want for protecting masks and gloves.

However the episode additionally introduced up Black Lives Matter protests: a employee asks to clock-out early to attend a protest and workers focus on giving a black worker an additional can of tuna: “It is the least we will do for her as of late due to… You understand.”

“Racism,” the opposite worker responds. (Sure, the dialogue is de facto that condescending a couple of black worker.)

When the shop’s supervisor, Amy (America Ferrera), calls a workers assembly to unveil a field of PPE from company headquarters, the field reveals supplies to guard in opposition to looting as a substitute.

Amy: Okay, we will preserve this assembly brief right this moment as a result of I’ve to leap on one other name. However have a look at what got here right this moment! Security provides! What’s that? 

Mateo: Anti-looting procedures. 

Workers: Oh, wow. Come on. 

Jonah: After all, you see what we did fallacious, guys? If you happen to needed to be protected by company, you must have been merchandise. 

Worker: Hey, if the protests are gonna proceed, we have to defend the shop from looters. 

Jonah: Oh, come on. The looting is overblown. 99% of the protests have been peaceable. 

Worker: I am simply saying. I bought right into a Finest Purchase by a window. 

Jonah: There are additionally these indicators to place up. 

Garrett: “Zephra believes within the Black neighborhood”? What are we, ghosts? 

Amy: Yeah, we’re not placing any of that up. But when anyone asks, we put all of it up. 

This episode premiered the identical week as footage went viral of a Walmart and different shops being looted throughout “peaceable protests” in Philadelphia. Injury to property from riots throughout the nation this 12 months has already price over $1 billion.

However the viewers is meant to faux {that a} main retailer chain doesn’t need to be involved about looting and the workers and supervisor ought to really feel aggravated in the event that they do. Left-wing Jonah, who supposedly cares concerning the working man, flippantly dismisses the significance of “merchandise.” Like most “woke” leftists, he fails to account for the way communities depend on native large field shops for items and provides. Poorer and dealing class people with out enough transportation to go elsewhere endure when these shops are looted. Previous riots within the U.S. are what led to “food deserts” within the first place.

However for the Hollywood left, the “narrative” should be maintained in any respect prices. So riots have been “99% peaceable” (which is even greater than the laughable 93% peaceful calculation from one leftist examine that made headlines in September.) Don’t look behind the scenes on the billions in injury, the dead and injured, and the misplaced jobs and businesses burned down.

Left-wing elites from Michelle Obama to Hollywood writers inform us the protests are “mostly peaceful.” And there may be additionally a bridge in Brooklyn they want to promote us. 

The one worthwhile second within the Superstore scene is the character Garrett’s response to the company workplace’s pandering woke slogan. This 12 months’s makes an attempt by main companies to undergo the BLM shakedown bought them nowhere. Major corporations donated tens of millions and parroted Black Lives Matter rhetoric solely to be looted and broken anyway. 

It by no means works to undergo a “mostly peaceful” mob.

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