BLM Protesters Raid DC Restaurant, Harass Customers

( Just as people start to attend restaurants and social events again, in limited numbers, Black Lives Matter turns up to ruin the fun. On Thursday, dozens of extremist Black Lives Matter activists arrived at a Peruvian restaurant in Washington, D.C., to chant and harass diners who were just trying to enjoy their meals.

The Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar, which currently operates at a limited capacity to reduce the spread of the Chinese coronavirus, was immediately packed with dozens of protesters who entered the building chanting and holding signs.

A man can be seen leading the gang, shouting BLM slogans and then reading a script/speech he had prepared and saved on his phone. Fellow protesters continue to chant before, during, and after the speech. You can see it in the video below, but if you can’t make out what they’re saying, there’s a partial transcript below, too.

“We are here tonight while you are dining because black people are dying at the hands of the police,” he said. “So, while you are dining, we are sorry for your inconvenience, but black people are dying today. While you are dining, we’re going to read you some facts about the murder of black people. We are here tonight because black lives matter. We are here tonight because black trans lives matter.”

Activists waved signs that read “BLACK LIVES MATTER” and “NO JUSTICE NO PEACE,” but all the diners cared about was when they would leave. Well, most of them…some actually participated in the protests.

The extremist protesters asked people in the restaurant to raise their hands to agree that Black Lives Matter, and some did.

“If you believe that black lives matter, if you believe that black trans lives matter, we ask you to raise your hand up in the air in solidarity with all black and brown murdered by the police,” they said. “We demand you to abolish the police.”

Abolish the police? Presumably so the police can’t turn up at restaurants when you enter and harass diners.

One restaurant employee told the press that they didn’t kick out the protesters, and just “Kind of let them do what they wanted to do.”