Dunkin Donuts Makes Sickening Move Against US Police


October 5, 2015 10:25am PST

A few months ago, Obama turned on American police officers when he blamed them for the violent race riots spreading throughout the country, instead of the race-baiting protesters themselves.

Since then, the number of attacks on U.S. cops has dramatically increased as thugs now feel that it is ok to attack police officers because “the president said they could.”

In the last few weeks, multiple businesses have turned away police officers who show up in uniform, saying that they “don’t serve their kind.” A few days ago, Dunkin Donuts joined this list of businesses when one of their employees at a Connecticut location told an officer that their restaurant, “does not serve cops.”

According to Daily Mail, the West Hartford police officer was waiting in line to buy coffee when the employee commented in front of customers, “He didn’t get the message. We don’t serve cops here.”


The officer reportedly left the coffeehouse and returned to his vehicle, at which point the establishment’s manager ran outside with the employee and forced him to apologize. The officer was then offered a free coffee, but he refused to accept it.

Michelle King, senior director of global public relations at Dunkin’ Brands, quickly issued an apology to reporters.

The crew member exhibited poor judgment and apologized immediately to the police officer,” she said. “The franchise owner, a long-time supporter of local police, has also reached out to apologize on behalf of the restaurant.”

“Dunkin’ Donuts and our franchisees share a commitment to the well-being and fair treatment of all guests,” she added.

It’s sickening that these kind of incidents are becoming so common in this country. Our police officers deserve RESPECT!


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