In the Age of Obama, I'm surprised the attackers were arrested. I'll be shocked if any of them actually go to prison but I expect the victims will be suing, even if the attackers have no assets. A very unpleasant situation for all concerned and a black eye for both the victims and their attackers.
In what way was the group “flaunting” their racism?
How do the events described in the article give the “racist” diners a “black eye” in the figurative sense?
According to reports the “racists” discreetly organized a gathering of like-minded people at a public restaurant. No one at the restaurant knew of their “white supremacist” ideas. The attacking fascists had previously learned of the meeting somehow and conspired and illegally attacked the “racist” diners, other diners, and the restaurant itself.
Why is anyone other than the attacking fascists in the wrong here?