Karma always has a funny way of coming full circle to bite idiots right on the backside. In fact, it recently did just that as Starbucks got bad news after defying President Donald Trump with plans to hire 10,000 refugees – and it couldn’t have happened more perfectly.
As Mad World News previously reported, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz announced plans to hire 10,000 refugees over the next five years. In a clear act of defiance against Donald Trump, he further wrote in a statement, “We will neither stand by, nor stand silent, as the uncertainty around the new administration’s actions grows with each passing day.”
Unfortunately for the CEO, he just got some seriously bad news as a new company has most recently surfaced that should send shivers down the spines of coffee shops nationwide. According to reports, CafeX has unveiled their automated barista (robot) in San Francisco, California, thereby reducing the need for coffee shop employees entirely.
Able to brew up custom cups of coffee ordered by patrons on their cell phones, the robot does everything an employee can without the need for a tip or an earful of liberal propaganda. Rumored to threaten all coffee shops across the nation, it’s easy to see why Starbucks would be at the top of the list of those who could be in trouble.
As we all know, this isn’t the first time that we’ve seen the use of automated machines after dealing with “fight-for-$15” brats who think they’re entitled to be paid more than their job is worth.
Of course, this comes at a bad time for Starbucks since they managed to alienate half the country with their recent remarks and have vowed to fill 10,000 jobs that might not be there. When people stop coming to their stores, it’ll be one thing – but when they start going elsewhere because of cheaper coffee that doesn’t need an additional tip to a barista, well, that’ll put a YUGE dent in their profits.
The liberals in this country need to realize that not everyone agrees with their way of thinking. After all, that’s exactly how Donald Trump got elected. In the end, their demise will be their own doing. The only question is – will they understand that it was their own fault?