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Providence Dancing Traffic Cop Fired For Protesting Dunkin Donuts Where Employee Wrote “BlackLivesMatter” On Cop’s Coffee

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If you’ve ever been to Providence during the Christmas season before, there’s a good chance you ran into Officer Tony Lepore, Providence’s nationally known dancing traffic cop:

Well you won’t be seeing him this year because he got fired this weekHis crime? Organizing a protest of a Dunkin Donuts that we previously reported, employs a woman who wrote “#BlackLivesMatter” on a cops coffee after being treated rudely by the employee. You will however continue to see the rude Dunkin Donuts employee who gave this to the Providence Police Officer in October:

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What can we say? Business as usual in 2015 PC America. Some speech is protected, others isn’t. If you’re part of the black lives matter terrorist network, you can pretty much say or do anything and the PC crowd will eat it up. If you move to Somerville, Mayor Joe Curtatone will build a statue in your honor.

Look, the employee wrote “blacklivesmatter” on the coffee for one reason and one reason alone – to be a huge dickhead. That’s it. They didn’t do it because they think that black lives matter. They’re doing it because they hate cops. Newsflash – when you work at Dunkin Donuts, your only job is to give me my coffee, preferably shaken up and not tasting like cat piss. Do not forget that without me you would be without a job. I don’t give a shit what your opinion is about anything. If you wanna join the black lives matter protesters during your free time then more power to ya. But when you’re working, shut the hell and give me my coffee without a political statement written on it.

The fact that this employee wasn’t fired is a disgrace too. Black lives matter doesn’t actually mean “black lives matter.” It’s a deliberate shot at the police. This employee didn’t write that on everyone’s cup, she only did it for the cop. She implied that this stranger, who she has never had any interactions with, believes that blacks lives do NOT matter. Thus she had to let him know that in fact they do. She’s accusing him of being racist while stereotyping him because of the profession he chose.

What kind of employer holds onto garbage like this? Good for this cop. That place should’ve been picketed and it should’ve been supported by the Providence Police Department. But even the cops’ higher ranks are often infiltrated by empty suit politicians and climbers.

Lepore said he met with police officials Tuesday, where he was told that community groups were upset about the protest and he wouldn’t be rehired. 

Police Commissioner Steven Pare said Lepore gave the inaccurate impression that he represented the position of the Providence Police Department during the protest and in public statements about it.

“Mr. Lepore was not authorized to speak on behalf of the Providence Police Department and his actions were, in my judgment, a disservice to the department and to members of the Providence community,” he said in a statement.

So the commissioner gave in because “community groups” were upset. Who the hell cares? First of all  “community groups” is code word for the Circlejerk. You know who refers to themselves as Worcester’s “community groups?” These local idiots:

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Any group that calls themselves “community” anything, is really only interested in representing small segments of the community at large.

Regardless, who cares if they’re upset? We have to fire people now because everyone’s feelings are hurt? So protesters can shut down I-93 and keep people from getting to the hospital, but this guy can’t protest outside of a Dunkin Donuts during his free time? Yea, that makes TONS of sense.

What we have here is another gutless, hack, empty suit of a commissioner who doesn’t have the sack to stand up against the bullies in these “community groups,” so he fires a Providence legend instead. Because in PC America you can have an opinion, but it just has to be the right opinion.

 

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11 Comment(s)
  • juror seven
    November 28, 2015 at 3:04 pm

    Dancing cop was a one trick pony. His act was so lame. The person at dunkin donuts was a complete asshole. Move on people. Go to honey dew or some other place for your coffee.

  • Spankster
    November 26, 2015 at 8:15 am

    The thugs have won

  • White Lives Matter
    November 25, 2015 at 11:56 pm

    TB, thank you once again for keeping up the fight for whites.

  • Publius
    November 25, 2015 at 11:06 pm

    The first repercussion is dumping the resume or application in the trash, easy to do, nothing overt. This is a shame, but this has set us back 50 years.

  • george
    November 25, 2015 at 7:52 pm

    #blacklivesdontmatterbuteveryonealreadyknewthat. The funny thing is things are just going to get worse for blacks. Whites will be fine, but blacks are obviously never going to pull themselves up out of the gutter, you know, like the Irish, Italians, Germans etc already have. Hell even the English who were persecuted in the 1700s pulled themselves up. blacks can protest all they want but deep down EVERYONE knows they aren’t capable of being civilized productive members of society. Happy thanksgiving!

  • Reddog
    November 25, 2015 at 7:45 pm

    I’m personally going to boycott the dunkin donuts center in providence in support of the dancing cop

  • Gronkmonster
    November 25, 2015 at 6:59 pm

    Another win for the losers of the world..And another loss for the working man

    Cant wait till the big reset button gets pushed as this shit is insane..They are laughing there asses off even they know this is all bullshit

  • Nope, no thanks
    November 25, 2015 at 6:43 pm

    I think this is a ridiculous reason to fire this cop, especially when that murderer cop from Chicago has been on paid administrative leave for the past year. I’d be curious to read a hot take about that situation.

  • Capt. Obvious
    November 25, 2015 at 3:18 pm

    I am offended by everyone being offended.

    Now everyone must kiss my ass.

    Line up on the left. I need a minute to drop trou. Pucker up.

    • StupidIsAsStupidDoes
      November 29, 2015 at 11:10 am

      P O.O.P.
      People Offended by Offended People. Time to start THAT revolution.

  • danny
    November 25, 2015 at 2:10 pm

    Even tho I don’t agree with the firing but it seems very harsh for the crime maybe a week suspension to pacify everyone now he loses his pension I hope the union is on his case and side

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