By: Red Pill | 04-14-2018 | News
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Black And Blue - Philly Police Did Nothing Wrong Removing Starbuck’s Loiterers

The Philadelphia Police Department has come under fire for responding to the scene of a Starbuck’s Coffee restaurant and cafe - where activists were outside protesting with signs - and the Philly Police removed them from the scene for loitering - which is the law of the land.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr"><a href="">@Starbucks</a> The police were called because these men hadn’t ordered anything. They were waiting for a friend to show up, who did as they were taken out in handcuffs for doing nothing. All the other white ppl are wondering why it’s never happened to us when we do the same thing. <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Melissa DePino (@missydepino) <a href="">April 12, 2018</a></blockquote> <script async src="" charset="utf-8"></script>

The ignorance of the left forgets that loitering is indeed a crime, and standing outside of a privately owned business on their private property while protesting their means of making the profit is indeed illegal, on multiple potential crimes, including harassing the customers of the business.

It's not a matter of whether or not you agree or disagree with Starbuck’s, it's a matter of law and order.

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Every media outlet in the country is using the race card to suggest that the Philadelphia Police have somehow done something wrong in removing <i>two black men</i> from the premeditated protest, but the reality is they refused to leave and were loitering, as well as harassing paying customers.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">We apologize to the two individuals and our customers for what took place at our Philadelphia store on Thursday. <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Starbucks Coffee (@Starbucks) <a href="">April 14, 2018</a></blockquote> <script async src="" charset="utf-8"></script>

Starbuck’s Coffee has since <i>issued an apology</i> over the footage of the arrests going viral, and the “#BoycottStarbucks” hashtag has begun to trend on Twitter as a result. Hilariously enough, Starbuck’s tends to side with liberals in response to policy and procedure, so they're effectively boycotting their own companies.

“We apologize to the two individuals and our customers and are disappointed this led to an arrest We take these matters seriously and clearly have more work to do when it comes to how we handle incidents in our stores,” Starbucks wrote. “We are reviewing our policies and will continue to engage with the community and the police department to try to ensure these types of situations never happen in any of our stores.”

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The Philadelphia Police Commissioner has however stood by his officers, stating that “they did nothing wrong” in removing the two loiterers from their criminal engagement inside the facility, and he's in accordance with the law in justifying the actions of law enforcement here.

Correctly identifying the law, the Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross said, “These officers did absolutely nothing wrong, and they did a service they were called to do,” adding that the department said it was conducting an “internal investigation.”

Starbuck’s employees contacted 911 at around 4:40 PM on Thursday after the protesters refused to leave the premises, at which time they reported that “two males were trespassing,” and that neither men had ordered any products from the store, and had demanded to use their restroom facility all while engaging in protests with signs.

Hilariously entertaining that they somehow feel that they're “protesting Starbuck’s” while also asking to use their restroom. Starbuck’s, much like many other places of business, do not allow for non-paying customers to use their restroom facilities.

This is both a safety and security measure, especially in New England states and the Midwest, as well as the west coast, where drug deals, drug use, and other crimes have occurred inside the business as a result. In some cases, businesses have faced lawsuits from heroin addicts overdosing in their restrooms, of which were never customers in the first place.

Businesses have a right to protect themselves, and clearly, these two men were engaged in criminal behavior.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">The protest is growing outside the <a href="">@Starbucks</a>. The woman on the right in the red shirt is 90 years old and told a story about her father who died when she was 9 as a result of racial profiling and police brutality. <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Melissa DePino (@missydepino) <a href="">April 14, 2018</a></blockquote> <script async src="" charset="utf-8"></script>

You absolutely have an <i>right to protest</i> in America, but you do not have the right to shut down or interfere with the business practices of a company on its private property. Unfortunately, Democrats don't seem to understand this and have created undue outrage as a result.

The social media account which began the virtue signaling efforts over the arrests also stated that the two men arrested were indeed asked to leave the premises prior to their arrests. They refused, and police took them into custody.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Yes, the two men were asked to leave <a href="">@Starbucks</a>, as the Philly Police said in their statement, but they sat there peacefully and had the nerve to ask WHY they were being asked to leave. What counts as peaceful protest? Isn&#39;t that what this is?!</p>&mdash; Melissa DePino (@missydepino) <a href="">April 14, 2018</a></blockquote> <script async src="" charset="utf-8"></script>

I hate to break it to the left, but that's how the law of the land works in America, where if refusing the requests of both the police and the business, you'll be arrested as a result.

The Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross is correct, and the Philadelphia Police Department did absolutely nothing wrong.

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5 Comment/s
Anonymous No. 23149 2018-04-15 : 01:07

he did something wrong we cant use restroom now unless we buy coffee #boycottstarbucks

Anonymous No. 23155 2018-04-15 : 02:39

Blacks always play the race card

How about wrong and right - § top breaking the law

Anonymous No. 23158 2018-04-15 : 03:09

Melissa Dipino, watta mudshark

Anonymous No. 23190 2018-04-15 : 12:31

STOP!!!! The Phony Race Card

I am willing to bet many of us enter a number of places that have a clearly posted sign stating….




Do you know why?

Ever seen a BUM taking a full body Bath out of a Sink using paper towels, and using that super blow dyer to dry his butt and other lower parts?

Ever seen the street person or that really cheap frugal person stealing soap and Toilet rolls?

Ever seen a street person sleeping in the stall at 24 stores?

Anyone can lie about their "intent" to purchase… But If they were going to order anyway, what harm was there in getting $2 snack item?

So I call STAGED BS… on this.

Anonymous No. 23429 2018-04-18 : 13:46

"Stop playing the race card!"

Well whites, stop dealing it!

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