by Frank

December 20, 2020

Black Lives Matter activists in Wisconsin are on video disrupting a Christmas charity event that raises money to fight childhood cancer. This took place in West Allis, WI, and it’s called Candy Cane Lane and they had a goal to raise $100,000 in donations.

When the protesters marched through, it seemed like there would be a big problem. However, it does not appear anyone was arrested as peaceful protest is protected by the constitution, although many people there to participate in a friendly charity event might have wished the protesters chose another location instead of storming through the event and completely disrupting it with loud obnoxious behavior.

Except, the night was not without foul language, people trying to avoid being hit and driving on the grass, and potential traffic violations during the disruption, as reported on Wisconsin Right Now:

One man shared a post from his brother. “SHARE, SHARE, SHARE!!! BLM CRASHES AND TOTALLY DISRUPTS WEST ALLIS CHILDHOOD CANCER FUNDRAISER!!! So, my significant other lives on Candy Cane Lane, and she just texted me – BLM just crashed Candy Cane Lane! They were in vehicles – a large pickup with lights and flags, driving/leading down the middle of her street. People had to literally drive up on the grass so they wouldn’t get hit. She said they were blasting music so loud that it made her windows and walls shake, and scared the crap out of her dogs.”

He added, “If you’ve never been/aren’t familiar – Candy Cane Lane is a West Allis tradition. An entire neighborhood goes crazy with Christmas lights/decorations, and carloads come from far and wide and join in the bumper to bumper, stop and go traffic to view this wonder. Thing is though, it’s also a fundraiser for childhood cancer…Yep, BLM is crashing and disrupting a CHILDHOOD CANCER FUNDRAISER!!!

Despite the disruptions and chaos, Candy Cane Lane was able to exceed their donation goal, reaching at least $103,000, and the BLM disruption did not stop them from prevailing.

WATCH the videos of the incident posted on social media by multiple users:






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