Black Rifle Coffee is reeling on social media and blocking competitors like veteran owned Beard Vet Coffee who gives back to veterans with every purchase, as well as blocking any conservative voices who challenge them on their latest tirade of insults towards conservatives and Patriots in America.
In a recent New York Times article as pointed out by our friend Andy NGO below, Black Rifle took massive shots at its customer base, and it’s going over like a lead Twinkie.
“It’s such a repugnant group of people.”
The executives behind @blckriflecoffee, a coffee and lifestyle brand hugely popular with conservatives, has some choice words to describe part of its customer base. nytimes.com/2021/07/14/mag…
“It’s such a repugnant group of people.”— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) July 16, 2021
The executives behind @blckriflecoffee, a coffee and lifestyle brand hugely popular with conservatives, has some choice words to describe part of its customer base. https://t.co/BxTpq0kfQY pic.twitter.com/mbdrBSpwGs
But wait there’s more! Look at what Black Rifle Coffee was Retweeting.. they seemed awfully proud of their New York Times article and wrote up bashing conservatives.
Black Rifle Coffee is very proud of this NY Times article about them disparaging their customer base. pic.twitter.com/TpkUQkOePK— Marina Medvin 🇺🇸 (@MarinaMedvin) July 17, 2021
Black Rifle Coffee is now blocking people for calling them out for what their founder said in the New York Times article. Cool.— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) July 17, 2021
We spoke to the owner of Beard Vet to get a comment on the blocking from Black Rifle Coffee. “They must’ve woke up and drank a big mug of stupid before deciding they would interview with the Fake News New York Times”
“I guess it was all an act supporting Freedom and The United States of America?!!!”
Co-Owner of Beard Vet Sean George said
What are your thoughts America? Can you support a brand that says you’re “repugnant?”
I won’t, visit my friends at BeardVet.com and use code MATT to Save! There’s an old saying my Grandpa used to say. Don’t bite the hand that feeds you.