Cancel Culture at work...
by Don Pierre
Pro law enforcement owner of Big City Coffee Sarah Fendley says student protesters caused her to prematurely close a location on campus.
Fendley blames the university and wants $10 million in damages.
BSU declines to comment on “potential or pending litigation.”
Boise State University (BSU) in Idaho has ninety days to respond to a $10 million tort complaint filed by the owner of Big City Coffee & Cafe, according to a local report.
Targeted by students protesting her pro-law-enforcement views, Big City Coffee & Cafe owner Sarah Fendley prematurely closed a location at the university last October, less than two months after it opened in September. Read the rest at campusreform.com.