Following a race shakedown in which two men claim to have been racially profiled when they were not allowed to use the restroom at a Starbucks without making a purchase, Starbucks responded by closing thousands of stores on May 29th, 2018 for racial-bias training.
Anyone wanna boycott starsbucks for there racial bias training thats heavily anti-white?
— Alexander (@Darkavenger1509) May 28, 2018
Black power types and social justice warriors openly proclaim their anti-white racism regarding this event. They claim white people do harm, even without thinking about it and that our whole country is based on anti-blackness.
Starbucks Will Close More 8,000 Stores To Hold Anti–Racial Bias Training https://t.co/O4qe6RVygR
Implicit Bias training is premised on the assumption that white supremacy is in the sub-conscous. White Body Supremacy is explicit in its origin and practice.https://t.co/IJoZKcosTZ pic.twitter.com/5pwIGYlQLN
— rmenakem (@ResmaaMenakem) May 12, 2018
And then #Starbucks trusts to call it 'racial bias' training.
This isn't a bias. White people do harm even when they are sitting, not thinking, not fearing, and seemingly unconcerned with Black folk
Anti-Blackness is the underpinning of this society. Not just an aspect of it.
— T'Trollop (@Lockadoodledoo) April 17, 2018
Naturally many free-thinkers and conservative-leaning people who do not believe a business should host such an anti-white, racist, training are looking for alternatives to Starbucks.
Has Schultz ever wondered what would happen if White people stopped going to Starbucks? I am not even thinking of an organized boycott, just people seeing Starbucks as too creepy.https://t.co/DDrPYyiGAS
— PostUmbraLux3 (@PostUmbraLux3) May 26, 2018
Your local mom-and-pop coffee shop or donut house is your best bet. You can find a local coffee shop using your zip code at this site.
Other alternatives include…
Chick-Fil-A sells a tasty iced coffee in two flavors. It’s affordable and of course, Chick-Fil-A is well known for promoting traditional marriage and running their business based on Biblical principles, such as being closed on Sundays.
2. Carl’s Jr.
The founder of Carl’s Jr, Carl Karcher, who passed away a decade ago, was passionately pro-life and was also against homosexuality. Carl’s Jr. sells Columbian coffee as well as Fuze and Gold Peak Ice Tea.
When Carl Karcher passed away the AP reported: “He was reviled by abortion rights activists for his contributions to anti-abortion groups and his oft-repeated story about talking a Carl’s Jr. employee out of an abortion. Gay rights groups dubbed his hamburgers ‘bigot burgers’ after Karcher supported a 1978 proposition that would have allowed school boards to fire teachers who were gay or advocated homosexuality.”
3. Black Rifle Coffee Company
If you live in the Salt Lake City, UT area you can visit Black Rifle Coffee. They are veteran-owned with a mission statement which says: “Black Rifle Coffee Company serves coffee and culture to the people who love America.”
Can’t get to their store? They sell their coffee online.
4. Operator Coffee
This Texas-based coffee supplier is also veteran-owned. You can order online or find a local supplier on their website.
5. Guns and Grounds
Another conservative-owned coffee shop located in Bentonville, Arkansas.
6. Lake City Coffee
Lake City Coffee is located in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Owner Russell Volz is a conservative, Trump supporting, Christian.