After Starbucks announced their typical knee-jerk liberal reaction to President Trump’s executive order that restricts travel and refugees from a short list of countries, one of their rivals seized the opportunity to put them to shame.
As you’ve undoubtedly heard, Starbucks vowed to hire 10,000 refugees in the wake of hysteria created around Trump’s exec. orders primarily by fake news networks such as CNN and MSNBC. Liberals rallied and cheered Starbucks, as expected.
However, veteran-owned Black Rifle Coffee Company had a much better idea — one that makes actual sense and one that would actually benefit America — eventually hire 10,000 U.S. military veterans.
Owner Evan Hafer tweeted a meme making the promise:
— Evan Hafer (@blckriflecoffee) February 1, 2017
According to reports, prior to launching Black Rifle Coffee Company, Hafer served 14 years as a Special Forces soldier in the U.S. Army and as a CIA contractor, according to his LinkedIn account.
As a customer of BRCC, let me be the first to say that their coffee is off the charts. You can tell Hafer has a passion for the bean business and although it means you have to make it yourself instead of pulling through a Starbucks drive-through, it could make all the difference in a veteran’s life by giving Black Rifle Coffee Company your support.
Here’s their Facebook page if you’d like to support them or send a message.
Share this on social media if you’d rather support vets than refugees.