Starbucks Cans Barista Who Taunted Cops with Coffee Cup Label

The idea that all police officers are inherently evil, murderous lunatics has been circulating among the radical leftists of the nation for some time.

The police force of our nation has an undoubtedly difficult job to begin with.  Each day, these brave men and women patrol the streets, not know what they will encounter, or even if they will make it back home to their loved ones.  What our law enforcement officers endure on a daily basis would be enough to make even the most hardened pedestrian weep…and that’s before we start to unpack all of the undue hatred that they experience thanks to the emphasis put on the few bad apples among their ranks.

At an small-town Starbucks this week, this nonsensical hatred boiled over, and the national coffee chain is taking action against a barista who crossed the thin blue line.

An Oklahoma police chief says an officer bought Starbucks for 911 dispatchers working on Thanksgiving only to find that the word “PIG” was printed on the cups’ labels.

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The officer notified Kiefer Police Chief Johnny O’Mara, who called the store and spoke to a manager. O’Mara says they offered to reprint the computer-generated labels, but he took to social media and posted the photo. It has since gone viral.

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The officer told KTUL-TV that the employee reached out to him personally and apologized, saying it was a joke.

However, in a Friday statement, Starbucks said the worker who wrote the offending word on the cup “used poor judgment and is no longer a partner’’ after the violation of company policy.

“This language is offensive to all law enforcement and is not representative of the deep appreciation we have for police officers who work tirelessly to keep our communities safe,” the statement said.

This is not the first time that Starbucks has been in the spotlight for their anti-police incidents.

Back in July, several officers were asked to leave one of the coffee corporation’s locations after employees stated that customers “didn’t feel safe” in their presence.

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