Hispanic BBQ Restaurant Announces ‘White Appreciation Day” – Gets BOMB THREATS (VIDEO)

A local Hispanic-owned Denver BBQ restaurant announced this week it planned to hold a “White Appreciation Day.”
white appreciation day

Of course, the left became unglued with the thought of such a racist day of appreciation.

The restaurant in Milliken received a bomb threat on Friday.
Rubbin’Buttz BBQ were forced to shut down for several hours during the dinner rush after the threat was posted on social media.
The left thought it was funny.


9News reported:

The Hispanic owners of a barbecue restaurant in Milliken say they plan to host a “White Appreciation Day” in June.

What started as a joke is now on the calendar. Edgar Antillon and Miguel Jimenez recently purchased Rubbin Buttz BBQ on Broad Street. On June 11, they plan to offer a 10-percent discount to all white customers, and no one else.

“We have a whole month for Black History Month,” Antillon said. “We have a whole month for Hispanic Heritage Month, so we thought the least we could do was offer one day to appreciate white Americans.”

The men expect they might receive backlash and say they realize there’s a history of racism in the America.

“It’s a perpetuation of racism,” Weld County civil rights activist and community organizer Ricardo Romero said. “It’s wrong. If you’re going to give a discount, give it to the whole community.”

There could be legal repercussions as well, according to Jennifer McPherson of the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies.

The left threatened to bomb the place.

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