Howard Schultz, the former CEO of Starbucks wants to throw his hat into the ring for president in 2020.

Keep in mind that Howard Schultz was the Starbucks CEO that brought us the #RaceTogether campaign, where he encouraged his employees to lecture customers on intersectionality.  Both customers and baristas hated it, and it was the beginning of the end for the positive opinion people had about Starbucks.

Currently Starbucks browbeats it’s employees with this video about race that goes all the way back to segregation.  Just saying “treat all customers politely” isn’t woke.

Starbucks in major cities have turned into drug dens because “non paying customers” are allowed to use the facilities, resulting in employees having to deal with used drug needles.

So with all that in mind, I’m just curious what President Schultz’s policies will be.

I can’t wait until the government mandates that “non paying tenants” are moved into my home while the IRS comes up with a new tax rate to make me pay for my privilege in the name of equity.



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By J. Kb

4 thoughts on “First Starbucks, then America”
  1. He should be encouraged to run since his most likely voters are Democrats and he will split the vote. I also plan to vote for the most extreme candidate in the Democratic primary.

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