Starbucks Won’t Ban Guns, Asks Customers Not to Openly Carry
Starbucks only want to serve criminals as they are basically asking police and law abiding citizens to stay out. Another easy target for criminals and those seeking masses.
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Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz said the coffee giant is not going to ban guns in its stores, but he is asking customers to quit carrying guns in the open just to make a point.
Schultz’s gun-friendly policies have come under fire by gun control proponents in recent months.
For example, in early September Rep. Elizabeth Esty (D-CT) joined Senators Chris Murphy (D-CT) and Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) in asking CEO Schultz to “foster a culture of peace and ban guns from [Starbucks] stores.”
As of now, there will be no ban. But Schultz is asking that “customers quit bringing guns into stores” for “Starbucks Appreciation Days.” These are celebrations held around the country in states where open carry is allowed, and they usually lead to a store full of customers wearing guns that are visible to other customers.