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Starbucks Removes Requirement For Employees To Be Vaccinated

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Last week the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Biden’s authoritarian mandate that companies with over 200 employees be vaccinated or submit to regular testing.

General Electric was first to publicly announce that they would no longer require their employees to accept the COVID jab. Now, an unlikely company with over 220,000 employees is following suit.

According to Reuters – Starbucks Corp suspended the COVID-19 vaccine-or-test requirement for U.S. employees that had been mandated by the government, according to a memo sent to workers on Tuesday, following an adverse U.S. Supreme Court ruling.

In a memo to workers, Starbucks Chief Operating Officer John Culver wrote: “We respect the court’s ruling and will comply.”

For over a decade, leftists have tried to dictate to Starbucks how to run their business, including telling them they must disallow open carry in their stores.

The anti-freedom to choose crowd (that still believes it’s a woman’s right to choose if she wants to take the life of her baby, is losing their collective minds over Starbuck’s decision to allow their workers to decide if they’re going to be vaccinated (or not).

Here are just a few of their comments, as they call for a boycott against Starbucks:

This Twitter user needs to brush up on her facts and learn about how vaccines are not protecting the vaccinated from the virus or from spreading it to others:

In contrast, here are a few conservative reactions to the decision by Starbucks to allow their employees to choose whether or not they get a COVID jab:

Conservative Republican activist Scott Presler

ACT for America President Brigitte Gabriel:

“George” had this to say:

A Starbucks Venti White Chocolate Mocha with extra whipped cream would sure hit the spot right about now…


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