Starbucks is now being boycotted by quite a few President Trump supporters, after the company pledged to hire at least 10,000 refugees.
Now, the CEO of competition Black Rifle Coffee has a bold response to Starbucks: They will hire 10,000 veterans.
This is what the company’s founder and CEO re-tweeted on Twitter:
— Maude Blanche (@MBlanchie) February 1, 2017
Their effort is going viral, and earned a lot of support on Twitter:
— Tony Fischer (@adfischer) January 21, 2017
— Trumpazona (@trumpazona) February 1, 2017
@Cecola15 veteran owned and operated
— Bearded Bastard (@Patriot18D) February 1, 2017
There’s nothing wrong at the core of Starbucks statement, as they are free to hire whomever they wan. But they are using the anti-Trump movement, and pretending that Trump is somehow anti-refugee, but he’s simply enforcing a temporary ban on travel from nations with links to terrorism, until the vetting process is improved.
Black Rife Coffee Company, instead, is hiring our veterans, which deserves a great deal of respect.