Members of a local Black Lives Matter organization marched through a Candy Cane Lane charity event and harassed people driving through the Christmas-decorated street. The residents of the Milwaukee, Wisconsin, suburb decorate every year to raise money for a childhood cancer center.
The People’s Revolution, a Black Lives Matter (BLM) organization, organized a march to disrupt a children’s cancer fundraiser in West Allis, Wisconsin, Friday night. The group marched down Candy Cane Lane and harassed suburban attendees to the annual charity event where the residents decorate their homes for Christmas and the holidays, Wisconsin Right Now reported.
“They know who we are,” the march leader shouted.
“TPR, TPR,” came the response as the activists took over the street.
The Wisconsin news outlet revealed a social media post, allegedly from one of the residents of the street.