From the Chronicle-Telegram:
They came on foot and on motorcycles, in cars and trucks and from all corners of the state to Gibson’s Bakery for doughnuts, coffee and, in their words, justice.
Gibsons’s Bakery has been the focus of attention in Lorain County for the latter part of last week after students from Oberlin College boycotted the store and claimed racial profiling had a play in the Wednesday arrest of a 19-year-old accused of shoplifting. Protesters were not seen in front of the store Saturday.
In reaction, a community of support formed around Gibson’s and Saturday they formed a so-called “cash mob” to descend upon the store.
Trey James, one of about half a dozen employees running around Gibson’s Bakery taking orders from a seemingly never-ending line of hungry customers, yelled out words of thanks for the support in between taking pastry orders.
“We sincerely appreciate the outpouring of support from the community,” James said, before turning his attention back to the line.
The protesters, mainly students from Oberlin College, alleged that racial profiling was to blame for the arrest of Jonathan Aladin, who was charged with robbery after he was accused of concealing two bottles of wine under his shirt.Remember how "gay activists" called for a one-day boycott of Chick-fil-A?
Target went full SJW over transgendered people?
It's that simple.
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