At a time when businesses face an unprecedented threat of race-riot looting, review website Yelp has announced it will introduce warning labels that tell the public if a business has been “accused of racist behavior.”
In a blog post, Yelp’s vice president of user operations said, “as the nation reckons with issues of systemic racism, we’ve seen in the last few months that there is a clear need to warn consumers about businesses associated with egregious, racially charged actions to help people make more informed spending decisions.”
Lists of businesses and organizations accused of racism and bigotry are not new, but they are dangerous. The far-left Southern Poverty Law Center’s list of “hate groups,” regularly used to smear and defame mainstream conservatives, was used by a left-wing domestic terrorist to identify a target, the Family Research Council.
The attempted mass shooting, by now-convicted domestic terrorist Floyd Lee Corkins, was stopped by a security guard at the FRC offices, who tackled Corkins and disarmed him, suffering a shattered arm in the process as the extremist opened fire.
Yelp is going to put this badge on businesses accused of racism.
Yes this is real.
It’s official Yelp policy. pic.twitter.com/VeuHXQtdxN
— Cernovich (@Cernovich) October 9, 2020
The bullshit never ends.
What are the odds that this isn’t insanely abused? https://t.co/lqgwxdKynt
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) October 9, 2020
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