Burly Man Coffee has released a political parody video in response to Starbucks’ biased scandal against Tempe, AZ Police Officers.

The Burly Man Coffee company, known for giving away cars to struggling single moms, decided to address the issue head-on because of its strong pro-American conservative values. It’s Co-Founder, Jeremy Wiles, strongly criticized Starbucks’ apology. “I don’t buy it. They were several days too late and only responded after trending hashtag #dumpstarbucks flooded social media. They should have offered an immediate response to their blatant discrimination. To me, their apology seems more like damage control, not genuine remorse,” remarked Jeremy.

The short video that was released on July 7, takes a comedic spin on the 4th of July Starbucks  scandal. “Starbucks has a history of offending patrons, but this incident that happened on Independence Day isn’t going to go unnoticed even if Starbucks wants to quickly erase it from the public’s memory,” said Wiles.
Co-Founder, Tiana Wiles said, “We’ve reached a real moral dilemma in our culture when protecting feelings comes at the expense of honoring those who protect our lives. Those officers shouldn’t have been humiliated like that.” The couple hopes that conservative coffee drinkers will start to support Burly Man Coffee, a truly conservative coffee company.

Burly Man Coffee company pledged to donate a year’s worth of coffee to each of the six police officers in Tempe, AZ, who were asked to leave Starbucks on July 4th, after a customer expressed that they felt “unsafe” by their presence.

Burly Man Coffee was recently quoted by Fox News as the “anti-Starbucks.” Jeremy Wiles stated, “Disrespecting our law enforcement is pathetic. Burly Man Coffee is the alternative. We're putting our money where our mouth is, so that good folks can put their mouth where their values are.”

Burly Man Coffee’s political parody video was released on social media platforms, including Facebook and Instagram, and can be found on their website at BurlyManCoffee.com. The company encourages people to subscribe to their online coffee subscription.