Left-wing Starbucks is at it again, denying service to police officers, this time at a coffee house in Riverside, California.
Two deputies claim they were refused service at a Starbucks in Riverside County on Thursday.
The officers said that they were refused service and turned around and left without their order, said Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco, according to KTLA Channel 5.
Starbucks was once again left apologizing for the actions of its hate-filled employees.
“There is simply no excuse for how two Riverside deputies were ignored for nearly 5 minutes at our store on Thursday evening. We are deeply sorry and reached out to apologize directly to them,” the company wrote in a statement.
“We take full responsibility for any intentional or unintentional disrespect shown to law enforcement on whom we depend every day to keep our stores and communities safe,” Starbucks concluded.
Starbucks added that the employees have been put on leave while the company investigates the incident.
But Officer Bianco pointed out that Starbucks seems to have this problem over and over again. Bianco said, “the anti-police culture repeatedly displayed by Starbucks employees must end.”
“They asked if anyone was going to help them,” Bianco added. “They were laughed at. They were completely ignored—obviously ignored. Other patrons knew they were being ignored.”
Bianco noted that Starbucks apologized, but it seemed hollow, “They’re very, very adamant that Starbucks does not believe that and that they do not condone that type of behavior, which is great. And I don’t believe they do,” Bianco said. “But don’t downplay what happened.”
Starbucks has been left apologizing for their hatred of our police officers time and again. It is clear that the company has a culture of hate that it needs to end.
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