UH OH! Starbucks CEO Endorsed Hillary, Now Look What’s Happening To Them…

UH OH! Starbucks CEO Endorsed Hillary, Now Look What’s Happening To Them…

I understand why welfare queens and other parasites of modern society like Democrats. When one is looking for hand-outs, there is no better advocate for government-funded sloth like Democrats.

But when successful CEOs and companies identify with Democrats, that continually baffles me.


In the choice between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, it is easy to see which is the better candidate for fostering opportunities. One is a private sector business powerhouse and the other is a public sector criminal who has accomplished nothing of note except for utilizing the power of government to bolster her own standing.

If nothing else, the choice should be clear as Donald Trump, to my knowledge, has never gotten people killed with his negligence nor has he orchestrated innumerable crimes to cover-up his other innumerable crimes.

Still, Starbucks’ CEO Howard Schultz has enthusiastically endorsed Hillary Clinton.

“Hopefully Hillary Clinton will be elected president,” Schultz said on Wednesday in an interview.

“On the other side, we’ve seen such vitriolic display of bigotry and hate and divisiveness, and that is not the leadership we need for the future of the country,” he continued.

Schultz later clarified on CBS, “I’m engaged as a private citizen recognizing that Hillary Clinton needs to be the next president of the United States.”

That’s fine – Schultz is free to vote for whomever he chooses. However, his position is not merely “pro-Hillary”; it’s anti-America.

Advocating the redistribution of wealth is advocacy for the legalization of theft. When one proudly supports Hillary or Bernie, they are proudly proclaiming that they believe that it is moral to take money from me to give to another who did not work for it. That they use government as a middleman in this robbery has no bearing on the fact that advocating for collectivist policies is advocating for legalized theft.

As a result, Schultz has gained the wrath of many on social media as some are discussing a boycott of the coffee chain.

Schultz has riled the masses previously as he attempted to further alienate patrons by encouraging baristas to engage in conversations about race in America with customers.

It seems it’s about time for shareholders to declare what they want from Starbucks: a CEO or a social justice warrior.

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