Woke Flash Mobber Caught Falsely Accusing Target Employee of Racism

Flash mobs can be fun for some people, but they are also a nuisance to others. They are prohibited in retail stores. In a moment, we’ll explain the reasons.

A woke TikTok singer who calls herself “Baby Storme” took to the Twitter machine Sunday to boast about how despite a “racist” Target employee trying to stop them by way of allegedly calling the police, she and her troupe of so-called dancers continued to sing and dance in the main aisle of her local store.

“This racist Target employee called the police on us for dancing in Target… So we danced anyway,” Storme wrote.


There were two problems with her accusation. Does she have any proof that the employee in the store is racist? The only evidence she provided was insinuations made solely based on the man’s skin color. From what I can tell, she acted in a racist manner.

Target’s Community Notes indicate that this type of conduct is strictly prohibited.

Our policy is an excellent example.

Target restricts the use of its parking lots and facilities to business use only. Individuals not employed by Target or by a vendor providing services to Target are prohibited from soliciting, distributing literature, selling merchandise, or holding events at all times anywhere on Target-owned property or leased property when Target has a right to exclude, including parking lots and sidewalks.

How can we enforce our policy?

In order to ensure our stores are free of distractions, we take the following steps:

We request that petitioners and solicitors respect our policy by ceasing to do any activities. They will often not comply.

We work closely with local law enforcement agencies to remove unwanted petitioners and solicitors from our property.

The process can be slow and it may not remove the unwanted disturbances immediately.

The responses were not all positive. They pointed out that Target is private property and had the right to set these rules.

It got so bad, Ms. Storme uploaded a video of a smaller Flash Mob at Target in Florida. The flash mob was white in this case.

In a tweet, she said that this was conclusive evidence of her rights:

Community Notes strikes again, providing context for the video and noting that the white flash mob in question actually did get into quite a bit of trouble after what they did that day.

It included a link that led to an article. The note stated: “This video is from a Target in Fort Lauderdale on September 15, 2020. Target asked protesters to leave, and issued a statement condemning them for being rude and ‘disruptive.’ Later protesters were cited because they did not adhere to the county mask requirements. ”

Because racial flamethrowers will never ever let facts get in the way of a good old-fashioned fake narrative, Ms. Storme continued on with her Twitter rants, at one point insinuating some of her detractors were bullies for supposedly picking on a “23-year-old girl” (and one who very publicly accused another person – complete with a video of that person’s face – of racism).

She said to her critics, “Go to Hell”, and that she would not be stopped (falsely) from smearing the Target employee and others who clapped at her for her stunt as racists.

Storme got the attention she wanted, just as many other wokesters.

It is important to remember that not all publicity can be good. This case was well-deserved attention, as these accusations can haunt people forever if not addressed early.