Is the Black Rifle Coffee Company a very racist company compared to Starbucks?

Is the Black Rifle Coffee Company a very racist company compared to Starbucks?

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  1. If you support racists, you’re a racist.
    If you try to distance yourself from racists when you realize their spending power is limited and you want your company to grow, well that’s too bad.
    You’ve already alienated everyone already.
    Honestly, I’m shocked they don’t just rebrand and quietly try to resell and THEN court the woke side after firing the CEO.

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  2. Published policies don’t determine if a company is “racist”.
    Starbucks has 1000’s of employees and many would have racist opinions since most people do .

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  3. Fuck yes.

    Is the Black Rifle Coffee Company a very racist company compared to Starbucks?

    That’s Kyle Rittenhouse, the Kenosha riots shooter who shot and killed people then walked past incoming police while carrying the smoking rifle. That’s a Black Rifle Coffee Company shirt on his murdering, racist body.

    Is the Black Rifle Coffee Company a very racist company compared to Starbucks?

    See this guy? That’s zip-tie guy from the January 6th insurrection and invasion of the Capitol Building in Washington. You know the one where a bunch of white supremacists and Proud Boys tried to kill a bunch of elected officials and staffers, and beat a bunch of police officers doing their jobs.
    That hat he’s wearing is a Black Rifle Coffee Company hat.

    Racist far-right extremists love Black Rifle coffee.
    Until they didn’t love it quite as much because Black Rifle realized that they had reaped the whirlwind. They had and have been intentionally been marketing their coffee and branded products to far-right extremists, but when far-right extremists started showing up wearing them while breaking the law, they backed off.
    As a result, there’s some backlash from far-right extremists who claim in various misogynistic, racist and violent ways that Black Rifle isn’t really what its branding claims it to be, and that they don’t really support the Second Amendment, which is literally half of their branding. (The other half is violence with weapons, with about 1% being actual coffee.)
    You know what far-right lunatic fringe loving coffee company isn’t backing off on supporting the murderous Rittenhouse?

    Yeah, you just had to know that there was a coffee company that only roasted coffee with beans that had been shit out by Donald Trump, as if he was an obese civet.

    I wouldn’t mind Black Rifle if it actually was what it likes to pretend to be, a coffee company focused on employing and supporting American veterans. US military grunts have been getting shit on for 20 years of overseas tours after the devastatingly wrong-headed invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan by one of the worst Presidents of the past 50 years.
    That’s not the veterans’ fault. My dad was military, I was a military brat, my sister was miltary and I was military reserves. I have no problem with the military and veterans.
    But Black Rifle pushes violence and idiocy for profits, and as a result violent idiots end up wearing their brand.
    Fo…

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  4. Black Rifle Coffee Company is not racist – they will sell their coffee to anyone.
    In contrast ask yourself this – “How many Starbucks do you see in low income, predominantly minority neighborhoods?
    QED

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