WHOA! This is What Happens When a Starbucks Employee Mocks a Trump Supporter [Video]

You’ve not seen REAL unity until you’ve seen what Republicans can do. Take for example, this Starbucks in Charlotte, North Carolina where more than 50 people, all wearing pro-Trump attire, packed themselves into the coffee shop when it was discovered that an employee there had mocked a woman wearing a Trump T-Shirt.

That’s how you do it! You don’t go to a town looking to riot, loot, raid, and sometimes actually CRY to try and get your point across. You take real action and show your opponent what unity, not division, truly looks like when you’re on the RIGHT side.

As written for AllenBWest.com by Michael Cantrell:

No matter where you personally stand on President Trump, you can’t deny he has a loyal fanbase of supporters who tend to not only stick up for their choice of leadership, but for one another as well.

More than 50 people decked out in pro-Trump gear jammed themselves into a small Starbucks store in Charlotte, North Carolina after some of the staff was accused of mocking a woman wearing a Trump shirt.

TheBlaze is reporting, The peaceful sit in, which began at 2 p.m., completely filled the Starbucks location — and even the parking lot, for a little while. The group had no demands, but instead wanted to stand up to a business they felt was disrespectful toward their political views, Mecklenburg County Republican Party board member James Tatro told The Charlotte Observer.

“We wanted the staff to see that Trump supporters are just as human as anyone else,” he said. “We live in a diverse city. It’s unacceptable in a modern society to make a customer feel uncomfortable, whether it’s a liberal business mistreating a conservative customer or a conservative business mistreating a liberal customer.”

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