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Thursday, July 19, 2018

Racist Left to Drive Jewish Trump Supporter Out of Town

The Racist Left Attacks Jewish Trumper

Leftist Terrorism
  • Leftist Loons work to shut down a Kosher restaurant opened in a Hispanic neighborhood by a Jewish immigrant who supports President Trump.
  • The Chamber of Commerce joins in on the Politically Correct Hate-fest and revokes the membership of the Jewish immigrant for daring to use his right to freedom of speech.

An anti-gentrification group called Defend Boyle Heights led a protest at the kosher Asher Caffe & Lounge last Thursday, which coincided with the East LA cafe’s grand opening date. According to Boyle Heights Beat, the group demanded a neighborhood boycott and claims owner Asher Shalom is a Trump supporter with anti-immigrant views.
Defend Boyle Heights describes itself as an “anti-gentrification coalition devoted to community and our hood.” On July 12, Defend Boyle Heights organizers called for an emergency protest at Asher Caffe, and shared a screenshot of Shalom’s Facebook page with far-right and anti-immigrant posts. Eater confirmed these social media posts on Shalom’s Facebook page.

Thursday video posted to the Defend Boyle Heights Facebook page showed upwards of 30 protesters crashing Asher Caffe’s grand opening. LAPD guarded the cafe parking lot entrance, with a small group of patrons driving in and out of the parking lot. There were no reports of violence.

Last Tuesday prior to the protest, the Boyle Heights Chamber of Commerce removed Shalom from its membership. Chamber president Jennifer Lahoda returned Shalom’s membership dues, and chose not to attend Asher Caffe’s Thursday ribbon cutting ceremony. The chamber’s decision was based on Shalom’s anti-immigrant social media posts.

Asher Caffe is in an industrial part of Boyle Heights with few food options available. Shalom also owns Asher Fabric Concepts, a fabric and textile distributor located across the street from their the cafe. When Eater spoke with project manager Sergio L. Yang in January, Yang believed the cafe had neighborhood support, “We are pretty remote, and will be the only restaurant in this area,” said Yang. “It is exciting to see our local neighbors be excited about our existence.”
This present fight in Boyle Heights is a complex one. A number of Boyle Heights businesses were embroiled in gentrification protests over the last few years, but Asher Caffe is a kosher restaurant. Back in the 1920s and 1930s, Boyle Heights was upwards of 40% Jewish. Canter’s Deli’s original location opened in 1931 on Brooklyn Avenue, which now known as Cesar Chavez Avenue.
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1 comment:

Unknown said...

Correction, you say Boyle Heights is a Hispanic community when in fact it is a communist Hispanic community...