Police officers were reportedly asked to leave a Cucked Starbucks in Tempe, AZ for making faggot customers feel unsafe

  • #DumpStarbucks” started trending on Twitter after news surfaced that a barista at a Tempe, Arizona store reportedly askedpolice officers to leave because they were making customers feel unsafe.
  • The Tempe Officers Association tweetedthat six police officers stopped at a Starbucks on July 4 before their shift and were approached by a barista who said a customer “did not feel safe” because of their presence and asked them to eitherremove themselves from the customer’s line of sight or leave.
  • A spokesperson for Starbucks told USA Today that the company was gathering details about the incident and has reached out to the Tempe Police Department and the Tempe Officers Association to apologize and “better understand what happened.”
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Everyone who felt “unsafe” by police officers stopping to take a break and fuel up should be required to give their name and address, so in the future if they need a police officer the dispatcher will be sure not to send them.

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Hmm great business model. Ask paying customers to leave and non-customers can malinger freely.

Also, seems like a violation of the officer’s civil rights.

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Due to graphic nature of the upcoming stupidity… viewer discretion is advised.

I really hope they place Starbucks on the “delayed to respond” list. It’s going to happen and they’ll be righteous when doing so.

Police are public servants. Feeling unsafe around them while they’re minding their own business either means you’re starting shit because you’re a Lefty, you’re a criminal or you’ve consumed too much MSM news.

Does that mean if I am feeling unsafe due to Black people or Gay Pride Freaks I can say so and they will have them removed right?

If the minimum wage barista is the one who can make the people who make you feel unsafe go away you are not unsafe. If your response to feeling unsafe is to make the unsafe people go away you are NOT unsafe. If someone is making you feel genuinely unsafe you should probably leave the area, not ask your faux mommy for the day to make them go away.

Based on the article, Starbucks does not endorse such a ridiculous policy and is investigating the incident. If the incident happened as the police say it did, then the employee should be fired. The manager should be fired too if he or she was aware of this and did nothing.