Allie’s Donuts in North Kingstown, made headlines yesterday after they chose to announce on D-Day that they would no longer be offering military or police discounts due to police brutality and racism. They were flooded with customers yesterday and it seemed as if owner Matt Drescher was trying to drum up business as the woke white guy of the day.
But in the last 24 hours it has become apparent that he’s either a complete lunatic who has no idea what he’s talking about, or he’s on a crazy meth bender and it’s causing him to say crazy things. This is his mother Anne Drescher.
While her son was becoming Internet famous as the face of the anti-police crowd, she spent the day posting pro-police stuff on her Facebook page.
It seems as if these people don’t hate or support the police. They’re just high or clinically insane. She couldn’t even figure out how to respond to this.
Then Matt posted a 15 minute rant that you simply must watch, illustrating that he clearly has some screws loose.
- He sold out of donuts
- Everyone thanked him
- It’s not about the quantity, it’s about the quality of the customers
- Donuts are essential in Rhode Island
- All of the minorities in this country live in different ways than white people do
Does this look like a guy who’s really all there right now?
I want whatever he’s one because it looks like a great time.
The quotes were glorious.
“They (POC) live with different fears and they have to train their own kind to deal with it on a regular basis as if it’s normal and we all accept that and nobody talks about it and WHY DONT WE TALK ABOUT IT???!!”
Good point Matt, we hardly ever talk about racism in this country.
Why don’t people who are in control and have power speak out against something their brother does?Instead of having conversations like, “yo man, let’s not act that way.”
He did it! He solved police brutality!
If we can do Elon Musk stuff then how come we can’t talk about a traffic stop of a minority individual based on some sort of data that we have based on things that we have to prepare for and what we learn, that kind of stuff.
I have no idea what he’s talking about and it’s safe to say he doesn’t either.
He also solved race relations.
Should we treat them the same? The answer to that is, yes. Why can’t we just have that conversation?
Oh man, I didn’t even think of that!
People wanted to know why he got rid of the military discount, since they have nothing to do with police brutality. His answer:
“I would say ignorance is not bliss, and if you’re quiet you’re part of the problem. Like, why am I speaking up? I just make donuts. It’s because we all matter and our voices matter and let’s use them. Let’s be accountable for that, for our responsibility as human beings.”
“Everyone’s mad at me because I hate the military, I don’t hate the military. I don’t wanna use names because I fear for their safety now but I now people in the military.”
And finally his summation was a history lesson.
“I’m sorry if you were offended that we had to take action. I’m sorry that I disrespected your sacrifice and duty to the people of this country that you don’t even know. But I stand by my statement. We need to stand up for the people who have been wronged for ages for years, like, why wouldn’t we want to stand up for them? Black people built this country. Before the cotton gin, are you kidding me. Look into the spice trade, I mean sugar.”
Oh I get it now. They can’t give military veterans a discount anymore because he took mushrooms and learned about the spice trade and the cotton gin. It all makes sense now.
Responses like this are starting to make a lot more sense.
I can’t believe that this is one of the most well known eateries in Rhode Island. It’s literally run by a guy who sounds like he should be institutionalized or checked into rehab. He has no idea what BLM is even about, and he got hundreds of anti-cop idiots to travel from far and wide to by his cop hating donuts from him. Imagine working for this man? If there are any employees out there who would like to talk then hit me up on Facebook at Clarence Woods Emerson or email me at [email protected]
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