moonbattery logo

May 11 2018

Starbucks to Become Public Restrooms

Despite the corporation’s devotion to political correctness, moonbattery has not been kind to Starbucks. Anti-capitalists often smash the windows. Recently, a pair of troublemakers of color set off a social justice jihad by forcing a manager to call the police to get them to leave.

Sealed off from reality by a corporate culture that regards ESG malarkey as holy writ, the suits in charge are doubling down on the moonbattery, pandering obsequiously not only to blacks, who are welcome to loiter without making a purchase, but to hobos who might want to use the bathrooms for their crude ablutions:

Chairman Howard Schultz says he doesn’t want the company to become a public bathroom, but feels employees can make the “right decision a hundred percent of the time,” if that choice is removed at the store level.

Now individual managers have no say. Any nonpurchasing punk or vagrant who wanders in has authority from On High to turn the store into a Port Authority restroom.

Speaking of the Port Authority, a nearby Starbucks demonstrates where this is quickly heading.

Being reduced to public restrooms is a fit fate for this annoying chain. When paying customers are driven out by the nonbuying riffraff, Starbucks will finally go belly up.

As for the troublemakers of color who threw the moonbattery into overdrive by arrogantly refusing to buy anything or leave the store, they are luxuriating in an undisclosed settlement no doubt amounting to a sum that those of us not lucky enough to be oppressed would have to work for years to earn.

As with the Boy Scouts, so with Starbucks. When moonbats start pushing you, you either push back or die a disgraceful death.

On a tip from Anonymous.




4 Responses to “Starbucks to Become Public Restrooms”

  1. […] and whose CEO Jeff Bezos owns the leftward lurching Washington Compost. But as in the case of Starbucks, pandering to moonbattery does not make it safe from moonbats. Seattle City Councilcommie Kshama […]

  2. […] pair of troublemakers of politically preferred pigmentation who refused to make a purchase. Now the policy has changed and anyone can use the restroom at Starbucks, although paying customers are advised to stay out […]

  3. […] to submissive new policies allowing noncustomers to hang out, Starbucks will in effect become public restrooms/homeless shelters. Hopefully, it won’t be long before this intensely annoying company chokes to death on its […]

  4. […] to submissive new policies allowing noncustomers to hang out, Starbucks will in effect become public restrooms/homeless shelters. Hopefully, it won’t be long before this annoying company chokes to death on its own insufferable […]

Alibi3col theme by Themocracy