Lost in media discussions of this campaign is the fact that a certain kind of black person hardly ever goes into a place of business without having a conversation about race with someone who works there. This is really just a pledge not to get law enforcement involved in those situations.
Infowars reporter Joe Biggs dressed up as Donald McRonald, Ronald McDonald's ethical brother, and went to the massive McDonalds tent at SXSW in downtown Austin, TX to protest the dangerous chemicals and additives in McDonalds food.
McDonald's has a big tent down at SXSW, a/k/a the Capitalist Gangbang, for artists who are off the artistic roll call and kids who wouldn't know the difference anyway, Infowars sent a reporter down there to find out what's in a chicken nugget, besides magic in food form, and he fell victim to McTyranny.
This guy was arrested for threatening people and shouting racial slurs at McDonald's.
First he went in there inquiring about the price of water. Someone he was there with bought a chicken sandwich, took it outside and took a bite out of it, and then brought it back in, complaining that someone had taken a bite out of it.
Then this guy, not the guy who actually bought the chicken sandwich, demanded a refund for the chicken sandwich, which the manager gave him. Which is an important lesson and something I've tried to hammer home here: the key to getting free merchandise and money from the register is to cause a scene and disrupt the normal flow of business.
At that point, the guy started ranting and raving that the Happy Meal toys -- from the movie Frozen -- were racist because they didn't have any black people, which actually is true.
Eventually, the cops showed up and threw his ass in jail, but he's since been released. He may not have committed an actual crime, or anything the city would bother to prosecute.