- Facebook / Folklores Coffee House
- Instagram / wicklessbabe
The letter is comprised of the typical drivel extolling "white pride" that we've come to expect from these bigots, but, it's admittedly a tad strange that they'd bother to target a small business in San Antonio.
Folklores owner Tatu Herrera reported the letter to the Southern Poverty Law Center as well as posting a photo of it on Facebook.
His post reads:
I’m not really sure what to write, I’m furious, confused, a little bit of everything. I’m not sure if this is a joke or what but a couple of things. I don’t put up with racism, 2nd you sent it to a business and addressed to a business that obviously has nothing to do with racism, nazism, white power none of it. 3rd, if it’s a way of intimidation, you’re going about it the wrong way. This definitely isn’t the way . Thanks for scaring our staff. #lovehasnofearApparently, Folklores isn't their first victim – at least four businesses in Watertown, New York (of all places) have received similar letters.
What's next? Neo-nazi fax machine spam?
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