Starbucks Blunder Latest in Leftist Campaign Against Law Enforcement

Progressives and social justice warriors will not dominate this country. It feels like that statement is untrue. It feels like they’re calling all of the shots right now, but that feeling is the result of a surgical media campaign. In reality, this country does not belong to the far-left. You can see that when you look below the surface and track actual results of catering to that crowd.

The far-left has attacked a bunch of companies. Chick-Fil-A is set to become the number one fast food chain in the country. Hobby Lobby has only grown since it was boycotted by the left. So far, Home Depot sales haven’t noticed the ire of the social justice warriors a single bit.

Conversely, companies that do steer into that crowd are failing. Disney had to basically cancel Star Wars because it became a bunch of social justice commentary. Dick’s is probably going to go under in the next few years. Plenty of other companies feel the hurt when they abandon the vast majority of Americans to try and appease the vocal minority that is the progressive collective.

Now, Starbucks is set to feel that pain. They made a huge mistake recently. They chose to kick four paying customers out of a store because one complained about feeling unsafe. Now, if those four customers were being rowdy or unruly, this might be understandable. Instead, the four evicted customers were Tempe police officers. Yes, this story is that ridiculous. See for yourself.

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