Update: Philly Approves Removal Of ‘Racist’ Bulletproof Glass From Storefronts
Crime likely to spike following the ruling
The Philadelphia City Council voted Thursday to remove bulletproof glass from the windows of some local businesses, despite a backlash from shop owners who cited safety concerns.
The council voted 14-3 to approve legislation that could eventually force business owners to remove the protective glass outside their storefronts that some lawmakers believe operate as drug fronts and facilitate loitering and public urination, Fox 29 reported.
The approved bill, according to Philly.com, instructs the city’s Department of Licenses and Inspections to, by Jan. 1, 2021, “promulgate regulations to provide for the use
We now live in a world where almost anyone and everything can and will be labelled “racist.” Some store owners in Philadelphia are the latest victims of the PC police.
Cindy Bass, a councilwoman from Philadelphia’s 8th District, has filed a bill which would make store owners take down Plexiglas in certain areas of town. According to Bass, having thick, safe Plexiglas up in a store is an insult and “an indignity.”
Essentially, Plexiglass is racist, or you’re a racist if you have Plexiglas installed.
Zero Hedge reports that Yale sociology professor Elijah Anderson says that having Plexiglas up is a “symbol of distrust” in neighborhoods that are predominantly African-American. In other words, African-Americans are suffering from “microagressions” when they enter one of these stores.
What this councilwoman is missing, though, is that the Plexiglas has nothing to do with race and everything to do with the crime rates in certain neighborhoods.
or removal of any physical barrier” in stores that sell food and alcohol.