Starbucks barista allegedly spit in cop’s coffee: Black Lives Matter approves

Starbucks barista allegedly spit in cop’s coffee: Black Lives Matter approves

In fact, it goes further than that. According to Sacramento Fox affiliate KTXL, police in Stockton, Calif., where the coffee was reportedly “served with a side of spit,” say they found no evidence that the officer’s coffee had been tampered with.

Starbucks also denies the allegation. The store released a statement reading:

We are proud of our relationship with the Stockton Police Department, who initially notified us of this rumor. We can confirm there is absolutely no truth to this post, and we are disappointed with the suggestion.

But in spite all this, the Black Lives Matter Stockton chapter insists the defilement occurred. They maintain at a Facebook page tited the Stockton Police Department Corruption Reporting Page 2.0 that the revolting act was carried out by a spiteful barista who was upset with this particular officer because a family member of hers had had problems with him.

But Black Lives Matter is adamant, claiming there was spit in the coffee writing to us, “It really happened… we gave you all the proof we could without throwing someone under the bus.”

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The group also claimed that there’s a diner in Stockton that does the same thing when officers visit.

Just to put this in perspective, Black Lives Matter has become so bitter and vengeful that they are hell-bent on claiming credit for an act that is not only dangerous and inhuman but potentially criminal: A McDonald’s employee in Michigan was sentenced to 29 months in prison for spitting in a uniformed officer’s snack wrap.

Ben Bowles

Ben Bowles

Ben Bowles is a freelance writer.


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