6-year-old Gracie Peters continues to resist the social media mob as thousands of furious social justice warriors demand her business to make a statement in support of Black Lives Matter. Instead, the young owner of ¢25 Lemonade in Macon, Georgia, keeps making the hysterical claim that she only wants to deliver ice-cold, refreshing lemonade for a reasonable price.
“Oh, so you’ll only give me the drink in exchange for a quarter?!” a fuming customer from Media Matters screamed at Gracie. “NOTHING ABOUT THE SYSTEMIC RACISM THAT YOU BENEFIT FROM?!”
But, as always, Gracie just accepted the quarter and told her to ‘have a great day’; a phrase recently banned by our easily offended society.
During a recent interview with CNN, Jake Tapper informed Gracie Peters that a competing lemonade stand shrewdly avoided this type of bad press by changing their name from “Sunshine Lemonade” to “We’re Sorry. We’re Listening. Vote Democrat.”
“Oh, the place that went out of business two hours after changing their name to that?” Gracie asked Tapper.
Update: In a 7-2 ruling, the Supreme Court has made it a federal crime for a business to refuse to make stupid little statements about social issues.