Can you spell “Deportation”?

From the name of the street (Eastway) in the story, this incident happened in Charlotte:

http://www.foxnews.com/food-drink/2017/09/13/north-carolina-mcdonalds-employee-fired-after-asking-customer-to-spell-deportation.html

Like other cities (Chicago and LA), Hispanic immigrants arrive and start pushng into neighborhoods previosly occupied by black Americans, with the assistance of the muscle of drug gangs.

This incident is probably a symptom of the changes going on in that neighborhood.

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2 Responses to Can you spell “Deportation”?

  1. Fred Stiening says:

    If it makes her feel any better, everyone is treated like crap.

    Back in July, I wrote about my experience at another store owned by the same franchisee

    http://streamingradioguide.com/startingover/?p=18878

    Look at these reviews and imagine you are the region manager for this area

    Google Reviews

    http://noirbusinessdirectory.com/franchise-the-first-african-american-owned-mcdonalds-franchise-opened-in-21-december-1968/

    McDonalds seems to have a problem enforcing their standards on minority owned franchisees. One in Pineville (different minority franchisee) thinks it is acceptable with no cars in the drive through to take 15 minutes to complete a simple order.

  2. CC1s121LrBGT says:

    Black conservative Salem talk show host from Tampa named Kevin Jackson was on the Tucker Carlson show earlier in the week talking about how the Congressional Black Caucus was undermining the careers of inner city blacks across the country by supporting the flooding of the country with Hispanics. He said on air that he was told by leadership that they had to accept that short term in order to make white people a minority and then wrestle power and wealth from white people.

    Last year, leading up the the election, when Trump pointed out to black people that flooding the market with low skilled immigrants was keeping the unemployment his among black citizens, black host and former Obama White House employee Van Jones said live on CNN air that it was evil how Trump was trying to divide non-whites.

    It is discouraging to see someone treated like Ms Rios had been, but encouraging to see that inner city poor can see that they are being played by the political elites who will do anything to hold onto a paycheck from the taxpayers.

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