Starbucks’ Muslim Workers Slipping FAR Worse Than Feces In Your Drinks – This ‘Extra’ Could Kill You
In order to show resistance against President Donald Trump’s policies, Starbucks has been on a Muslim refugee hiring that has extremely backfired.
After 10.000 Muslims were given jobs as an act of resistance, a watchdog program that performs consumer affairs on popular businesses discovered fecal material in numerous samples of Starbucks coffee.
Will they hire even more refugees after what was discovered in California?
21.4 percent of Muslim refugees in San Diego carry tuberculosis, a disease that infects the lungs and is easily spread through the air by speaking, coughing, sneezing and spitting. A research by a prominent doctor, Timothy Rodwell, who works as a professor and physician in the Division of Global Health at UCSD, warned of the rampant TB after screening Muslim refugees in San Diego.
According to our source, Freedom Daily, he noted that this leading refugee resettlement site poses the highest rates of active TB in the entire country, about 1/4th of these Muslims have the disease.
“In other words, the incidence of active TB among the 4,280 refugees who were resettled in San Diego County between January 2010 and October 2012 was 327 per 100,000, more than 100 times greater than the incidence of active TB among the entire population of the United States in 2016,” Pamela Geller said.
She continued: “About four percent of the entire population of the United States tests positive for latent TB infection. Around 10 percent of those with LTBI will develop active TB at some point in their lives. The triggering mechanism to activate latent TB is not entirely understood, but high levels of stress, crowded living situations, poor public health practices, the presence of other diseases that lower the immune system, and behavioral conduct–such as smoking–appear to increase the chances of activation.”
“The 21.4 percent of refugees in the San Diego County study who tested positive for latent TB infection is about five times the national average.”
About 30 Starbucks managers will conduct on-the-spot interviews at the International Rescue Committee’s office located at 131 E. Main Street in El Cajon from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, 8 August. The applicants are encouraged to visit Starbucks online career center prior to the event and bring resumes along with them. The store managers will talk to the refugee applicants about what it’s like to work with Starbucks and review qualifications for the barista position.
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