Ben and Jerry’s ice cream wants to defund the police, yet they called the police on an African-American man in Vermont

Don’t you just love watching these communist hypocrisy twist in the wind, especially when it comes to police. After the Daunte Wright shooting, Ben and Jerrys ice cream (which is overpriced and mediocre at best) said we need to defund and dismantle the police. The reason of course is because the killing of Daunte Wright was “rooted in white supremacy and results from the intentional criminalization of Black and Brown communities. ”

Yet the same Ben and Jerry’s in Burlington, Vermont didn’t like it when an African-American burglarized their store last year. So what did they do? They called the police! Must be Ben and Jerry’s white supremacy.

Police say a Burlington man with a long rap sheet faces charges of breaking into the Ben & Jerry’s store on Church Street.

It happened around 4:30 a.m. Wednesday. Police say Ibrahim Garelnabi, 26, forced his way into the store through the locked front door. They say he bagged up several items including the cash register drawers and a safe before leaving the store on foot. When police got there, they saw Garelnabi and chased him down.

Funny how that works, isn’t it? So I guess police were okay last June, just not now, right?

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