The Baltimore protesters have loudly voiced their opinions of the National Guard. According to the protesters, companies that have decided to publicly support the men and women of the National guard, who volunteered to sacrifice their time to clean up their mess, are “disgusting” and wrong.
Since Whole Foods is feeding the National Guard, how do y’all feel about them opening up a store in Englewood? — Billy (@BillyIRiE) April 30, 2015
Also, wrt last tweet: Whole Foods made sandwiches for national guard in baltimore.So disgusting, esp with the food deserts black folks face — weaponized glitter (@NadiaKayyali) April 30, 2015
@sydneybarakat 1/2when the mayor thought it was a great idea to close schools and bring in national Guard,five guys and whole foods Fed them
— Marquiss Wilson (@Keyondw) April 30, 2015
That moment when your company proudly states they’re donating water to law enforcement and national guard but not protestors.
— KB (@ChickBresse) April 30, 2015
You just can’t trust this country. Y’all remember when Hurricane Katrina was happening and the National Guard was no where to be found. — Vergible Woods (@Jon360) April 30, 2015
— Alysia Stern (@AlysiaStern) April 30, 2015
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When the National Guard showed up faster for Black people tired of being killed than they did for Hurricane Katrina. — ネイサン (@iAmNateJames) April 29, 2015