Moron Liberals Think ‘No Gang Colors’ Sign is ‘Racist’
Everyone knows that the term “gang colors” refers to the jackets, logos or actual colors that gang members wear in order to identify themselves to each other and to rival gangs. But apparently some idiot liberal didn’t know this common term and when he saw a bar that had a sign that said “no colors allowed” he thought the bar was being “racist” and saying black people couldn’t go there.
Even worse, this idiot liberal video taped himself whining that the bar was being raaaaacist, revealing his ignorance to the world…
You know the old saying: “Don’t just sit quietly and allow people to wonder if you’re an idiot, speak up and prove it.” Well, this idiot proved it handily.
Bar owner Aaron Stevens told the Fox affiliate in Dearborn, Michigan that the whole controversy is idiotic.
“I think it’s ridiculous because we’re in an area with a lot of mixed races here, and we have a lot of black people that come in here,” Stevens told Fox 2. “A lot of regulars are black, and I think it’s ridiculous that people think that we’re like that around here.”
Explaining the sign, Stevens noted that the ban on colors is just an effort to prevent gang fights.
“There’s a lot of bikers in this area, and that’s just to keep the biker gangs (from) getting into it with each other,” he said.
Worse, the bar owner and workers have been getting death threats by other idiots liberals who haven’t bothered to find out the truth.
“(A bartender) said she was getting people saying they were going to come in and mess up the bar. One said he was going to kill her and the owner,” Stevens said.
Once again, we see how stupid liberals are.
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