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Apr 15 2018

SJW Outrage over Nonbuying Blacks Expelled from Starbucks

To the many benefits of black privilege, we can now add using the restrooms at Starbucks without making a purchase:

Philadelphia’s police commissioner on Saturday defended the arrest of two black men as they sat in a Starbucks coffee shop, and said his officers had to act after Starbucks employees told them the pair were trespassing.

According to staff, the two wanted to use the restroom, which is only for paying customers. They refused to leave, so police were called. Nobody is pressing charges, so the trespassers were released. None of this would be newsworthy if they were white, but since they are black, Starbucks must be racist.

Police Commissioner Richard Ross [who is black himself] said he knew the incident had prompted a lot of concern, but said his officers “did absolutely nothing wrong.”

But the baristas who called the cops instead of kowtowing to the troublemakers of color sure did wrong.

Later in the day, CEO Kevin Johnson released a personal apology to the two men, adding that Starbucks had begun “a thorough investigation of our practices. In addition to our own review, we will work with outside experts and community leaders to understand and adopt best practices.”

How about giving your coffee away for free to black people? Maybe that could stave off the consequences.

A sample of the sentiment on Twitter, where #BoycottStarbucks has drawn an enraged mob of SJW nitwits:

The preferred story is that the two were there not to use the bathroom, but to wait for a friend. No matter; in a free country, it would be up to the proprietor of a business whether people can use the restrooms or hang out without buying anything. But that is hardly likely to resonate with moonbats, who hold property rights in contempt.

Neither will the mob’s rage be ameliorated by Starbucks’ reputation as one of the most obnoxiously politically correct companies out there. Live by moonbattery, die by moonbattery.

On a tip from Bodhisattva.

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