MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Local groups did something Tuesday to make sure hundreds of families in the community have a Thanksgiving meal.

Cub Foods passed out 1,500 free Thanksgiving meals to formerly homeless families and others in need. People Serving People, Simpson Housing Services, Project for Pride in Living, and St. Stephen’s Human Services also helped out today.

It was the 6th annual “Unity in Community” event.

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  1. Perhaps if they fed the homeless black citizen; who was enraged about the over 10,000 foreign nationals on the bus at Chicago Avenue and Lake Street, the non-white, illiterate, non-English speaking, unskilled, unemployable, malcontents imported to the Twin Cities on the basis of their non-white race, religion, ethnicity, and country of origin using the guise of refugee or asiliee: who are immediately placed on multi-generational welfare and are entitled to free healthcare, free housing, EBT cards, cash payments, interpreters, childcare, legal aid, schools, and social services, as well as entitlement to preferential hiring, training and promotion.

    Perhaps their irritating jibber jabber would not have provoked him to call them the “N” word if he too had a full belly, and lived high on the hog off the taxpayers. Perhaps then the Socialist Welfare Village would not trump up “hate’ crime allegations against a hungry jobless homeless local Minnesota black citizen for slapping a couple irritating preferentially entitled foreign nignogs upside the head for not quieting down when asked to respect the other passengers peace and quiet. Maybe it was just the Mexican meth in his belly, from our open borders cartel trade partners, and a lack of food that set him off. At any rate the Somali are eating well, and when they do well, the Socialist Welfare Party elite here in the Village do well. And that is all that matters.