Starbucks CEO implies it’s perfectly okay to commit violence against Whites, but not non-Whites

Saturday, August 26, 2017
By Paul Martin

by: Jayson Veley
Friday, August 25, 2017

Just days after the events that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, an outspoken leftist who has found himself surrounded by controversy on multiple occasions, took to Twitter and revealed to the entire world just how ignorant he really is. “I know we’re better than this,” the Starbucks Twitter page quoted Schultz as saying. “The bigotry, hatred, and senseless violence against people who are not white cannot stand.”

To be fair, Schultz’s statement is true – violence against minorities should not be tolerated by anyone, and we as a society should do everything in our power to discourage it. However, while the Starbucks CEO’s tweet may have been true in this sense, it was not complete. What he should have said was something along the lines of, “senseless violence against people of any race should never be tolerated and cannot stand.” It would have been a simple correction, but being the radical leftist that Howard Schultz is, he just couldn’t help but make his social media post racially divisive. (Related: Four solid reasons to avoid Starbucks.)

Several Twitter users did not hesitate to openly criticize Schultz, with some even accusing the Starbucks CEO of implying that white lives do not matter. “Violence against whites is okay. No one cares about whites, they are just trash. White lives DON’T matter. So says Howard Schultz,” wrote one Twitter user by the name of Captain Skywarn. Another wrote, “Should have said ‘against each other’ and left race out of it, you’re propagating what you’re preaching against.”

At one point, Starbucks replied to a Twitter user’s criticism and attempted to cover their tracks: “This is not about any specific group of people. We believe in kindness, respect and dignity for everyone.” But if it’s not about any specific group of people, then why did Howard Schultz specifically say, “Violence against people who are not white cannot stand?” It seems as though in the mind of Schultz, it really is about one specific group of people.

It is worth noting that the violence that occurred in Charlottesville, Virginia was not “evil whites attacking innocent blacks,” as the CEO of Starbucks apparently wants his followers to believe. Indeed, several pictures taken of the event depict blacks engaged in acts of violence, wearing masks and roaming the streets with weapons. One picture even shows a black man using a spray can as a flamethrower on a group of white protesters, though to be fair, it looks as though the man was only trying to torch the confederate flag that was being intentionally waved in his general direction.

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