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According to Philadelphia 8th District Councilwoman Cindy Bass, shopkeepers protecting themselves with bulletproof plexiglass represents an "indignity" to her constituents and should therefor be banned.
For Jeff Liu, the thick plexiglass window that separates him from patrons at his Germantown beer deli, Kenny’s Seafood & Steak, is a matter of safety. For City Councilwoman Cindy Bass, the barrier window is an insult.
Bass says the windows only foster a sense that the establishment – more specifically, its clientele – is dangerous. And that too many of those stores masquerade as eateries when their biggest sales draw is alcohol, feeding vices in the city’s struggling neighborhoods.Sorry Mr. Xu, but as the saying goes, "when you're accustomed to privilege, equality feels like oppression."
You may think preventing your shopkeepers from being murdered is of prime importance, but is that really more important than preventing microaggressions?
Take down your glass, unlock your doors, hand over your guns and prepare to get "social justice" handed to you good and hard.
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