Crying At Starbucks

They're Crying At StarbucksYes, it’s true; Liberal Tears are quite common at Starbucks these days. Millennials especially are weeping into their overpriced and over-roasted coffee-esque beverages. The quiet sobbing and sniffling, punctuated by the occasional bouts of weeping, wailing, cursing, and the gnashing of teeth, has really changed the ambience of many Starbucks, most especially those in the Liberal and Progressive controlled coastal regions.

Not but what these people have great reasons to cry, twenty of the most common ones being listed below.

20 Reasons Millennials Are Crying At Starbucks

  1. There was a 10 minute wait for the Pumpkin Spice Latte
  2. The Barista didn’t use the proper gender pronoun
  3. Because President Trump is on the TV
  4. Because there are no safe spaces in the real world
  5. They took a Buzzfeed quiz that guessed their gender correctly
  6. They see someone wearing a #MAGA t-shirt
  7. Their parents called asking them to move out of the basement
  8. The guilt of supporting a free-market economy
  9. They accidentally swiped right on a Conservative’s profile
  10. Bernie still isn’t President
  11. Hillary still isn’t President
  12. Trump still is President
  13. They spilled coffee on their new “Che” t-shirt
  14. They saw an American flag and it wasn’t being stepped upon
  15. They found out what Socialism actually means
  16. They want to join ANTIFA but parents won’t let them
  17. They want to use violence to stop free-speech but can’t fight
  18. Couldn’t recall the difference between further and farther
  19. Whole Foods rejected employment application…yet again
  20. Wondering if that Liberal Art’s degree was actually worth it

Poor things – They were betrayed by reality which refused to abide by their wishes. Worse, they’ve spent their entire lives being taught that they were entitled to get whatever they want, whenever they want it. So now, they can’t cope with having lost everything.

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Crowder Burning A Snowflake

And here we have Steven Crowder of Louder With Crowder quasi-fame roasting the crap out of some whining libtard SJW who foolishly went to a Conservative event for the purpose of disrupting it, thinking her could do so with impunity.

Honestly, this is, at a bare minimum, this is the sort of response American should give to any and all of these ever-so-offended Liberals and Progressives whenever and wherever they violate our presences with their carping and bitching. What they verbally circle jerk to in their safe spaces is meaningless, but they should never believe that they can speak to an American without reprisal.

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The Social Justice Warrior Handbook: A Practical Survival Guide for Snowflakes, Millennials, and Generation Z
The Little Book of Snowflakes
In Defense of a Liberal Education
The Politics Book (Big Ideas Simply Explained)
Predisposed: Liberals, Conservatives, and the Biology of Political Differences

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What’s In A Name?

What's In A Name? Apparently, a lot to some of the more sensitized sort
What’s In A Name?

Yes! This sums up the monumental hypocrisy of America’s domestic enemies, the Liberal, Progressives, and those sorts that they pander to- and enable. They behave in such a manner that it became reasonable for ESPN to change who was providing play-by-play commentating for a college football game because his name was Robert Lee. Yet, for eight years they decried any American who didn’t like the POTUS’ middle name being Hussein as a bigot, racist, and Islamophobe.

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The Hypocrisy of Disco: A Memoir
Managing the Millennials: Discover the Core Competencies for Managing Today's Workforce
ESPN Magazine (July 17, 2017) Body Issue 2017: Javier Baez Cover
Progressive Sight Reading Exercises: Piano Technique
The Patriotism of Despair: Nation, War, and Loss in Russia (Culture and Society after Socialism)

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