March 23, 2021
A mob of Black Lives Matter agitators in Rochester, N.Y., physically trapped shoppers in a Wegmans grocery store on Tuesday, the one-year anniversary of the death of Daniel Prud, a 41-year-old black man. As shoppers struggled to escape, the agitators wrote Black Lives Matter slogans on the parking lot asphalt with chalk. The shoppers did find a way out and the store appears to be closed.
A crowd of approximately 200 Black Lives Matter agitators marched in Rochester, closing down streets. “We have a long walk today, we’re shutting s&*! down,” one organizer said, according to ABC 13 WHAM reporter Michael Schwartz. He reported that the crowd shut down the intersection of East & Alexander.
The Black Lives Matter mob marched toward the Wegmans, chanting, “Say his name! Daniel Prude!”
Schwartz shared videos of Black Lives Matter agitators rushing to the doors of the Wegmans with drums. Menacing, they shouted “Black Lives Matter!” at the doors, which employees held closed.