Vet-Owned Coffee Co’s Counter-Offer Has ‘10,000 Refugees’ Starbucks Weeping

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After liberal Starbucks announced they will defy President Donald Trump’s travel ban by hiring 10,000 refugees, a small, veteran-owned coffee company decided to make a counter-pledge of its own. In fact, the announcement is so big that thousands have dumped Starbucks, and the veteran’s coffee business is sold out of nearly everything only one day later.

Starbucks is notorious for their hardline liberal stance, as the corporate giant can’t seem to stop imposing its political bias on its own customers. Of course, it was only a matter of time before the left-leaning company opened its mouth too wide, namely when they vowed to support the world’s top terrorist-producing countries by exclusively seeking migrants for hire.

On Sunday, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz showed his bigotry when he declared that his business will hire 10,000 refugees in 75 countries, directly discriminating against legal citizens. Immediately, the company’s stocks began to plummet, hitting their lowest level since the beginning of the year. Unfortunately, this was just the beginning of their worst news yet.

According to Fox News, veteran-owned Black Rifle Coffee Company (BRCC) responded to Starbucks on Wednesday, vowing to hire 10,000 veterans. Although Starbucks had already been in danger of their customers leaving, BRCC’s statement has prompted those unhappy patrons to flock to their doorstep.

Our mission has never changed. Spread the word and join the coffee revolution. pic.twitter.com/g7WMB6iZqG

— Black Rifle Coffee (@blckriflecoffee) February 3, 2017
BRCC was founded in 2014 by Evan Hafer, who served a 4-year tour in Iraq during a more than 20-year service in the U.S. armed forces. While defending our rights was his first and foremost passion, he spent years overseas perfecting his roasting skills, making what he says was “so much better than anything I could buy or ship to myself,” he told the NRA Blog.

“I created Black Rifle Coffee Company for people like myself, coffee-loving veterans and those who are committed to supporting the 2nd Amendment,” Hafer said. “I wanted to create a company that roasted the finest, freshest coffee on the planet that also supported the things ‘we’ believe in. I consider myself the ‘custodian of my tribes’ dollars and I take that role very seriously.”
Vet-Owned Coffe Co’s Counter-Offer Has ‘10,000 Refugees’ Starbucks Weeping
Just 1 day after U.S. Armed Forces veteran Evan Hafer pledged to hire 10,000 veterans, most of his products sold out as Starbucks’ stock continued to plummet.
Sealing Starbucks’ fate, BRCC not only guarantees that their gourmet coffee is superior to “Hipsterbucks,” but that they will always put American citizens first, Townhall reports. If anyone doubts their service, they will point them to their customer rating of 5 out of 5 stars.

“We want to shift the conversation away from foreign policy to domestic issues that hit closer to home. We need to keep in mind that the four things we care about at BRCC are Family, Business, Veterans and country,” the company posted on its Instagram page. “And when we say ‘country,’ the taxpayers. Everyone else can take a hike. Careers@blackriflecoffee.com.”
BRCC has been run by a team of 6 veterans, however, with the support they’ve gained, it looks like they’re going to need those 10,000 veterans to start applying as soon as possible. The company is currently sold out of nearly every coffee product but customers can still purchase unique apparel and coffee mugs while they wait for the company to restock.
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Starbucks is learning the hard way that it’s not a wise decision to purposefully insult your customers. In fact, after telling Christians, who make up around 3-quarters of their target population, that they don’t want their money, it’s a miracle that they’ve even lasted this long. It looks as if Schultz is going to have to do some major damage control regarding his public relations. Perhaps closing his mouth is a good start.


After liberal Starbucks announced they will defy President Donald Trump’s travel ban by hiring 10,000 refugees, a small, veteran-owned coffee company decided to make a counter-pledge of its own. In fact, the announcement is so big that thousands have dumped Starbucks, and the veteran’s coffee business is sold out of nearly everything only one day later.

Photo Credit [Black Rifle Coffee Company, Forbes, NRA Blog, Franchisopedia]

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