As a follow-up story to our article about the continued BLM harassment of a local business and its patrons, we want to share the protest leader’s diatribe to his Facebook followers.
Rikki Vaughn, a former Baltimore City mayoral candidate, has been the face and voice of the protests at Vince’s Crab House that have now lasted 100 days without any type of mediation or intervention from our county’s so-called leaders.
In his latest video monologue below, Mr. Vaughn takes issue with the discourse/rebuttal from the owners of Vince’s, among other things:
Folks, to be blunt, this is the man who has backed Johnny O and Baltimore County Police Chief Melissa Hyatt into a corner and forced them to grovel in his wake?
Utterly amazing, and not in a good way.
Listening to his words in the above video, one could surmise that Mr. Vaughn and his followers have an ulterior motive for their protests. Just where, exactly, do they want those so-called “Black dollars” spent?
Mr. Vaughn claims to want to fight racism, but he remains steadfast on focusing his efforts on one single business that serves customers of all races.
The Post has been asked to take a deeper dive into the background of this BLM leader, and we’re going to do just that.
Meanwhile, we want to offer Mr. Vaughn the opportunity to share his viewpoint on our site. He’s more than welcome to author a piece that we will display on our front page.
However, we would be remiss if we didn’t warn Mr. Vaughn that we (and our readers) will engage his rhetoric, and his agenda, in a robust public discourse.
Caveat emptor, Mr. Vaughn.
And finally, to Johnny O and Chief Hyatt, “Sic semper tyrannis.”