Police Reportedly Asked to Leave Arizona Starbucks Because Customer Felt Unsafe

Infuriating Five Police Officers Reportedly Told To Leave Local Starbucks Because Some Snowflake Felt Unsafe

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Our strong relationship with the Tempe Police Department has provided us the opportunity to host several "Coffee with a Cop" events in area stores, which bring residents and police together to discuss relevant issues and find common ground. FNC is available in almost 90 million homes and dominates the cable news landscape while routinely notching the top ten programs in the genre.

I guess in the era of progressives peddling a political correctness agenda, pushing full-blown socialism, and bashing cops, it shouldn't shock us that these snowflakes feel unsafe around law enforcement.

Rob Ferraro, President of TOA, is not necessarily calling for a Starbucks boycott, but calls the incident a new reality for officers.

The Tempe police department said it hoped the incident was an isolated incident. The association called the request offensive and disheartening.

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Starbucks in response issued a statement to CBS Phoenix affiliate KPHO saying they are trying to "better understand what took place and apologize for any misunderstandings or inappropriate behavior that may have taken place". Yes, they were asked to leave. The barista said that a customer "did not feel safe" because of the police presence.

"On behalf of Starbucks, I want to sincerely apologize to you all for the experience that six of your officers had in our store on July 4", Williams wrote.

It then criticized Starbucks for what happened.

'We have a deep respect for the Tempe Police and their service to the community, ' Reggie Borges told the newspaper.

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Following the incident, users took to Twitter to support the police, tweeting comments along with the #boycottstarbucks hashtag.

The barista and the customer who allegedly made the complaint have not been named.

"Those of y'all who want to #DumpStarbucks because some police officers were asked to leave are the same people who were real quiet when two black men were arrested for waiting at a Starbucks".

Starbucks also wouldn't reveal whether the worker was disciplined in relation to the incident. Starbucks later settled with the men privately, and temporarily closed 8,000 USA stores for anti-bias training.

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The Tempe Officers Association released a statement to KNXV, stating it is aware this isn't a nationwide Starbucks policy.

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