As many of you know, not too long ago the major coffee company Starbucks thought it would be a good idea and involve politics into their business.
Apart from the numerous Facebook and Twitter posts against President Trump, Starbucks also announced that they intend to hire over 10 thousand refugees in the next five years.
This however caused an outrage amongst the patriotic citizens of the United States, which was followed up by an organized boycott against the coffee giant.
Fortunately, Starbucks’ plan didn’t go as well as they hoped it would. In fact, Starbucks’ CEO Howard Schulz’ numerous attempts to humiliate President Trump and conservatives completely backfired on him and his coffee franchise.
Since the moment they started pushing their liberal agenda, Starbucks started experiencing severe sale drops.
It all began when the company decided to stop writing “Merry Christmas” on their coffee cups during the holiday season. A few days after their announcement, President Trump called for the first boycott against the company.
“I have one of the most successful Starbucks, in Trump Tower. Maybe we should boycott Starbucks? I don’t know … That’s the end of that lease, but who cares?” said President Trump during a campaign rally back in November of 2015.
“If I become president, we’re all going to be saying Merry Christmas again, that I can tell you. That I can tell you.”
The following morning the coffee giant’s stock opened at 62.55. It all went downhill after that.
According to our sources, on March 22 of 2017 the stock closed down more than 11 percent at 55.89.
In my opinion, the worst one of them all was his failed endorsement deal with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton back in 2016.
Schultz’ took his biggest hit in January. As I said before, shortly after President Trump’s first travel order that delusional liberal nutcase announced that Starbucks intends to hire refugees worldwide.
Because of his idiotic decision, the coffee brand lost a massive amount of costumers all around the world. As our sources informed us, Starbucks lost more than 24 percent of its brand.
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