Wednesday, May 30, 2018 by JD Heyes
The chairman of the embattled Starbucks, which recently ordered all 175,000-plus employees to sit through “racial sensitivity training” aimed primarily at disabusing white people of their “privilege,” thinks President Donald Trump is the biggest threat to America today.
Is he kidding? Not really.
As reported by The Daily Caller, Howard Schultz is the latest Democratic Marxist who thinks socialism and hate are enough to knock off the increasingly popular POTUS, Donald Trump:
Starbucks founder and executive chairman Howard Schultz declined to rule out a 2020 presidential run in an interview with CNN on Tuesday.
Schultz, a prominent Democrat, dodged when asked if he had made a final decision on running in 2020.
“Is 2020 out of the question for you?” asked CNN host Poppy Harlow.
“Are we gonna go there again?” Schultz answered, avoiding giving an answer.
True enough, that’s not a “no.” So Poppy — presumably her real name — tried once more.
“In any way, not just as president, is there any way that serving in the government is still in your mind in 2020?
“What I would say is that I’m as concerned an American citizen as I ever have been,” Schultz responded. “I want to be as involved as I possibly can as a citizens to help the country. I don’t know what that’s going to mean in the future.”
This, from the guy who turned the company’s franchises into flophouses for the homeless and centers for drug abusers by claiming anyone and everyone can come in, stay awhile, and use the bathroom — even if they never buy a thing.
After an incident at a Philadelphia store involving two black men who were taken out in handcuffs when the store manager called the police, Schultz overreacted like Leftists do and tried to turn the incident into “the latest example” of white racism. So he issued a new policy that is turning every store location into a drug-infested hangout for dregs and homeless people.
“We don’t want to become a public bathroom, but we’re going to make the right decision 100% of the time and give people the key, because we don’t want anyone at Starbucks to feel as if we are not giving access to use the bathroom,” he wrote in a memo to all franchisees — without really explaining how that would stop the stores from becoming public bathrooms.
That’s par for the course for this Leftist.
In August 2017, a few days after violent confrontations between Alt-Left Antifa members and Alt-Right white supremacists, in which one person was rammed and killed, allegedly by a white supremacist driving a car, Schultz tweeted, “I know we’re better than this. The bigotry, hatred, and senseless violence against people who are not white cannot stand.”
Violence directed against anyone for holding a different political opinion is unacceptable — not just violence committed against persons of color. And Schultz should have said that instead. But he’s steeped in Marxist ideology, so he’s incapable of making that very rational (and proper) distinction.
After POTUS Trump announced his first travel ban involving six countries known to harbor terrorists, Schultz and the Left turned the order into an “anti-Muslim” ban — which it clearly was not, since a billion Muslims from several other countries were not covered by the order. He pledged to hire 10,000 refugees in the 75 countries where Starbucks operates, including the United States, instead of local citizens.
Say what you will about Trump, the president so very obviously cares first and foremost about our country — which is not to say he’s against others. That kind of patriotism is mislabeled “nationalism” by American Leftists who see nothing good about their own country as an instinct, even if, in the case of Schultz, the country has enriched them beyond their wildest imagination.
The man who brought blood on the walls and dirty needles to Starbucks stores now believes he has what it takes to run the country. Let’s all hope and pray he never gets a chance.
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J.D. Heyes is also editor-in-chief of The National Sentinel.