5 Replies to “A portrait of strength”

  1. Interesting camera angle there. Very, very careful not to show that there’s maybe three “protesters” and they’re outnumbered by the “press”.

    Personally, I wouldn’t have been able to resist the temptation to say, “Sir, if you’re not going to buy anything, you’ll have to leave.”

    And call the cops when he didn’t.




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  2. A f’ing BULLHORN? Inside? Right in front of that employee’s face? That’s abusive, no doubt. The fact that the management didn’t kick them out for that alone shows how spineless they are.




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  3. Poor Zack isn’t making enough money to tolerate that abuse. The guy isn’t creating policy, he’s serving you coffee.

    Starbucks lost me when the promised to “hire 10,000 immigrants” after Trump stated his desire to strengthen border security. Now it appears they are losing the racist left as well.




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  4. I’m conflicted here…

    On one hand as a CCW holder I patiently avoid confrontations.

    On the other hand, this shit weasel with the bull horn deserves the middle finger salute and the police called for disturbing the peace and trespassing, along with the press whores.




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  5. I don’t get it. What restaurant/bar/coffee shop allows people to come in use their facilities without buying something? None! doesn’t matter if you are black,brown, white, green or purple, loitering is loitering if you are taking up space from paying customers you are in the wrong and should have enough common sense to leave. If they don’t enforce this type of policy every homeless person would be sitting in every chair in every restaurant. These protesters must not have real jobs and are being supported by their trust fund or their spouse.




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