If discovering a few Muslim refugee poop germs in your Starbucks coffee isn’t bad enough, how’s about a little phlegm laced with TB?
San Diego County has been on a Muslim refugee resettlement spree since 2010. Now, Starbucks announced plans to hire hordes of these health challenged California Dreamers to work as baristas.
There’s just one problem: hundreds of Muslim refugees resettled in San Diego County are carriers of the deadly infectious lung bacteria tuberculosis.
Tuberculosis had all but been eradicated in the 20th century. Welcome Back.
Alarm bells should be ringing in the ears of consumers in light of a 2013 study at the University of California at San Diego. The study found a terrifying 21.4 percent out of 4,280 resettled Muslim refugees were carriers of TB.
The study noted that “San Diego County, in California, is a leading refugee resettlement site, and it also has one of the highest rates of active TB in the country, with an incidence rate of 8.4 cases per 100 000 people in 2011.” (The incidence rate in the entire population in the United States in 2016 was 2.9 per 100,000).”
It gets more terrifying.
“The world’s largest coffee chain said it would focus initial efforts on markets where refugee need is greatest and there’s a store base to meet the need. According to state and federal data, San Diego fits the bill.”
Will Starbucks pay our medial bills if and when a Muslim barista infected with TB spreads the wealth in our coffee, tea or chai?
“No other California county has received more refugees during the past decade than San Diego county,” KGTV added.
Starbucks is hoping to capitalize on its politically correct hiring craze at the expense of pubic health and safety.
The company has yet to learn its lesson after a British watchdog group discovered fecal coliform bacteria in Starbucks drinks. The discovery was made after Starbucks launched a crusade to hire 10,000 Muslim refugees to protest President Trump’s Muslim travel moratorium.
Starbucks is just begging to get hit with a class action lawsuit due to its irresponsible hiring practice that jeopardizes public health.
We hope it goes viral.
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