STARBUCKS RACIAL PRIVILEGE - HIRING 10,000 MUSLIMS
There's a really good reason why Tim Horton's and Dunkin Donuts and so many other coffee shops do really well, and it's called Starbucks. They're so arrogant, they're so Politically Correct you'd almost think they were owned by CNN and the CEO was Nancy "Tell Them You're Muslim" Pelosi.
The other day Starbucks said they were going to hire 10,000 Muslims in response to the travel ban that Trump issued. Now, I ask you, is that hiring going to be at the expense of other qualified people that Starbucks is now discriminating against? Can I get a job if I walk in there with a beard and a bomb strapped to my chest? It's so Democrat, it is so Leftist, to exclude qualified applicants in order to fill some random racial, racist goal. Remind you of anything? It's no different than discriminating against WHITE students getting into college and letting less qualified MINORITY students into college, which started in the 1960's and was going strong into the 1980's. They called it "Affirmative Action" but what it was is simple Minority - largely black - privilege. It was outright discrimination against whites at the time. It became known as one of the most divisive political policies ever enacted and it was a failure. It was pure racial privilege and it was really, really bad. Now Starbucks is basically doing the same thing only this time, giving positions to Muslims first over others that might be just as qualified or more qualified for the positions.
Hey Starbucks - shove your macchiato (I had to look up the spelling as I've never ordered one in my life) where the sun don't shine. And screw your snowflake customers. I'd rather go into a Dunkin Donuts where REAL AMERICANS with REAL JOBS are getting a cup of Joe and a bite on their way to WORK. Yeah, the snowflakes at Starbucks will probably have to look up TH word...Work. Might be kind of foreign to them.
The Starbucks brand is now damaged beyond repair with the Deplorables. I won't go into a Starbucks, but that started some time ago which I wrote about on this site. To see that article, click here and have a good laugh. I know I had fun writing about it after my blood pressure went down.