Starbucks is the world’s largest coffee franchise and is popular for its delicious and delightful aroma coffee.
However, they’ve been recently hit with massive karma. Starbucks has received a blow to their customer base, which is already on life support, after they’ve mixed liberal politics with their brand.
Though their catering to Islam and hate for President Donald Trump has developed bitterness in their coffee, but now what their coffee was just tested positive for will send even their staunchest liberals supporters over the edge.
Their Public Relations person has been working overtime to cover the company’s backside from the second they alienated conservatives. However, their work has cut out for them after the unfortunate positive test which tells what’s been hiding in their cup of joe.
“The company’s CEO telling customers who supported traditional marriage to get their coffee somewhere else turned out be doing right-wingers a favor who were spared consuming more of their dangerous beverages considering the nasty punch they have in them that millions of customers have been unaware they drinking.”
Starbucks pledged to hire 10,000 Muslim refugees to rebuke President Trumps initial travel ban back in January, they committed enterprise suicide.
This not so good decision has made people wonder what could possible happen to the quality of their product plus the customer service with illiterate third-world people who have foul customs running shops.
The tests prove that Starbucks is full of crap.
Conservative Daily Post has reported, “Many people around the world enjoy iced coffee and other cool drinks from baristas employed by Starbucks, Caffe Nero, and Costa Coffee. However, they may want to think twice before ordering again. The BBC’s “Watchdog” program performs consumer affairs checks on popular businesses. Their latest discovery found fecal bacteria in samples from the three popular coffee chains. Yes, that’s right, bacteria that is present in feces is now included with customer’s ice at Starbucks, Caffe Nero, and Costa Coffee.”
Let us hope for the best for Starbucks.