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Covfefe Coffee

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on March 23, 2021 by andelino

Coffee For Deplorables By Deplorables.

Does it make sense to get your coffee from large corporations who lobby against your values? Of course not, because you’re a VERY STABLE GENIUS that knows you need a MAGA coffee that doesn’t take a knee on taste or values.

At COVFEFE, we provide proud Americans access to world-class coffee without having to fund your political and cultural opponents. We stand by our world-class taste and customer support, however, we are more than just coffee just like how YOU are more than just a coffee drinker.

We understand that it is revolutionary to support President Donald Trump, and in some cases dangerous to show support publicly. We want to end that. Not only do we provide world-class coffee backed by world-class values, but we are building a community of “PATRIOTS” who want to take our country back by winning the culture war.

COVFEFE isn’t just the world’s greatest coffee. It’s also a lifestyle.

Providing the WORLD’S GREATEST COFFEE requires the WORLD’S GREATEST DEPLORABLES! Thousands of Deplorables have joined the COVFEFE community and more are joining every day. We’ve also recruited World Class Talent who are on the front lines of the “Culture War” and fight for American values.


Laura Loomer

Ben Garrison

Joy Villa

Mindy Robinson

Scott Adams

Brandon Straka

Jack Posobiec

Jacob Engels

Thank you for your interest in investing in COVFEFE: Making Coffee Great! We are strong but together we are stronger.

The corporate world is alienating large segments of the American population with more bold and conflict seeking agendas. The corporate hegemony in our economy props up their ability to focus on Social Inquisition. The corporate world is a major threat to the interests and traditions of America.

The economy of scale of the Corporate world to COVFEFE is obviously staggering, and yet we accept the challenge to take back our country. If our values and mission statement are something you want to invest in, we at COVFEFE love hearing from our fellow “Patriots” and “Deplorables.” Please contact us here or email us at

We’re not like some people, we won’t “lose” 30,000 emails, and do not respond to any “Fake News” media request.

God Bless.

Grinch Starbucks is Back

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on December 7, 2019 by andelino

“Grinch Starbucks” has been serving its seasonal “concoctions” in holiday cups since 1995, when the original vessel was actually closer to purple than red. After those first magenta cups in 1995 and 1996, the chain began rolling out the now-iconic candy apple red holiday cups each November that long featured more Christmas designs such as reindeer, Santa on his sleigh, Christmas lights and Christmas tree ornaments, although they didn’t explicitly say “Merry Christmas.” The cups also featured more general wintery icons like snowmen and snowflakes.

But then it really ticked-off Christmas traditionalists in 2015 by releasing a plain, ombre red cup with no designs on it at all, intended to “usher in the holidays with a purity of design that welcomes all of our stories.”

In 2015, the company released plain red cups decorated only with its logo.

The backlash against Starbucks for waging a “war on Christmas” reached fever pitch. Even then-presidential candidate Donald Trump addressed the “cup controversy” on the campaign trail. “Maybe we should boycott Starbucks,” he told a crowd in Springfield, IL. “If I become president, we’re all going to be saying Merry Christmas again, that I can tell you.”

Refusing to walk on eggnog shells, Trump famously tweeted “People are proud to be saying Merry Christmas again. I am proud to have led the charge against the assault of our cherished and beautiful phrase. MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!!” 

The following year, Starbucks scrapped the red cups for green ones featuring “a mosaic of more than a hundred people, drawn in one continuous stroke” that was supposed to be “a symbol of unity” after a contentious election year.

“During a divisive time in our country, Starbucks wanted to create a symbol of unity.”@cr_schnei — anne sackett (@as_fl) November 1, 2016

Some customers didn’t buy it, and accusations of an “anti-Christmas” bias persisted.

In 2017, the holiday cup featured more familiar Christmas symbols like snowflakes and wrapped gifts in red, white and green, as well as a “pair of holding hands.” The non-binary hand-holding spurred some conservatives to question whether Starbucks was pushing a “gay” agenda. The chain told the New York Times that, “We intentionally designed the cup so our customers can interpret it in their own way.”

In 2018, Starbucks avoided major controversy for a change by rolling out holiday cups in four different designs: a holly print; a red, white and green stripe; and two others that resemble Christmas gift wrapping paper. It also introduced a sustainable, reusable red holiday cup as a free gift for Starbucks customers who came in early and ordered a holiday drink, available while supplies lasted.

Grinch Starbucks 2019 “Merry Coffee” cups.

This year “Grinch Starbucks” is cashing in early on the 2019 holiday season with the release of its reusable red holiday cups and special holiday-themed beverages. The “Merry Coffee” cups and festive flavors appearing at Starbucks outlets across the US and Canada.

The Seattle coffee giant has brewed up plenty of controversy year over year in trying to make its festive cups more inclusive for those who don’t celebrate Christmas. And this year is no exception.

Inspired by seasonal wrapping paper, the coffee chain wanted “coming to Starbucks to be like uncovering a present,” Jen Quotson, vice president of Starbucks Creative, said in a press release.

The Starbucks’ cups come in four “Yuletide” designs: 

Polka Dots: ”The traditional Starbucks red cup is dotted with green, with the Siren playfully popping in here and there.”

Merry Dance: ”A lively pairing of red and green letters jazz up a snowy white cup with a joyful holiday wish.”

Merry Stripes: ”From a distance, this cup looks like it’s wrapped in green vintage wrapping paper. But up close, its tiny type offers a happy holiday sentiment.”

Candy Cane Stripe: ”The colors of the holiday all come together with this design as the Starbucks word mark falls like snow against stripes of candy cane red and white.”

The sleeve on Starbucks holiday drinks say, “We wish you a merry coffee.”

The makeover’s not limited to the “jolly java jugs” exterior. Starbucks took to Twitter to announce new “holiday” season drinks, including “Eggnog, Peppermint Mocha, Toasted White Chocolate, Caramel Brulee Latte and Chestnut Praline Latte.”

You can pair these with either their new turkey and stuffing Panini or the gingerbread loaf for a poor man’s Christmas dinner. Unfortunately, much to the coffee Twitterati’s chagrin, the exalted “Gingerbread Latte” will not be returning this year.

Of course, the star attraction is the free, limited-edition reusable red cup bearing the greeting “Merry Coffee,” which is available to coffee “aficionados” who order a Christmas seasonal beverage. Even better, customers who return their holiday cup to a US or Canadian Starbucks branch after 2 p.m. from Nov. 7 through Jan. 6 will get 50 cents off their beverage.

Although seemingly innocuous, “Grinch Starbucks” holiday tradition stirs up annual controversy. Many Twitter “sippers” criticized the “macchiato” merchant for refusing to use the word “Christmas” on cups, despite the holders being blatantly “Yuletide” themed.

“I’m gonna get a jump start on the Starbucks holiday cup drama by saying that ‘Merry Coffee’ is the silliest slogan I have ever heard.” — Thot Hashira (@LatinAlbert) November 6, 2019

“Multi-billion dollar corporation and they came up with Merry Coffee. Wow.” — DG (@DG6114) November 6, 2019

“Is Merry Coffee a war on Christmas?” — HayleyBecker (@HaylBecks) November 7, 2019

“Good to see the war on Christmas is going well, these cups are ugly.” — Ellen But Make It Spooky (@_ellenisdead) November 7, 2019

Many associate omitting the holiday’s name with the war on Christmas,” which has seen everything from Santa bans to celebrities reworking classic Christmas carols to make them more “woke.”

As far as I am concerned, I love the smell and taste of “Covfefe” in the morning and don’t understand why anyone waste their money on Starbucks coffee which tastes like raw dishwasher water! 

A Moment from “Merry CoffeeGrinch Starbucks….


A spokesperson for the company said that the slogan “Merry Coffee” was not an attempt to avoid using the word “Christmas.”

“During the holidays, Starbucks aspires to spark mini moments of joy in our customers when they visit our stores, making their day even more cheerful and bright. The ‘merry coffee’ tagline is not a way to avoid saying Merry Christmas, but rather, ‘Merry coffee’ is a fun and festive expression that we hope our customers feel as they take the very first sip of their favorite Starbucks holiday beverage. We honor the Christmas season each year in a variety of ways including the return of customer-favorite Starbucks Christmas Blend, back for its 35th holiday season, Starbucks partners proudly wear their red aprons, holiday music is heard in stores and holiday gifts and Starbucks Cards line our shelves.” 


How dare you “Grinch Starbucks?” We will watch you.

Big Nothing Burger

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on June 9, 2017 by andelino

Hillary Clinton announced the “opening” of her national hamburger chain “Big Nothing Burger” at Hillary’s Burger “Shack” in Chappaqua, NY complimented with ample “Chardonnay” and jugs of frozen “daiquiris.”

Wearing a chef style “tin foil hat” and speaking “inebriated,” former presidential candidate turned “conspiracy” theorist, Hillary Clinton, revealed her 2016 inspired “Big Nothing Burger.”

The burger, “glazed” with Russian vodka and diced “organic” vegetables, grown in her “retirement” garden behind the “walled” in house, is said to be the “Biggest Nothing Burger” since the Hillary email scandal.

Contrary to the laws of “reality and basic common sense,” Clinton claims the “Big Nothing Burger” is calorie and carb free and “harmless” to the human body as her private “basement server” was to her recent presidential campaign.

She “vigorously” claims that any “bodily injury, illness” or otherwise negative reaction to the “Big Nothing Burger” should not be directed toward her but that all “responsibility and outrage” should be aimed at the “Commissariat of Kalorama, former FBI Director James Comey, the vast right-wing conspiracy, Wikileaks, the DNC, Russian spies and Covfefe.”

From her “continues” expanding list of 38 “Big Nothing Burger” recipes for losing to President Trump I “picked” my favorites.

  1. 1,000 Russian agents
    “If you look at Facebook, the vast majority of the news items posted were fake. They were connected to, as we now know, the 1,000 Russian agents who were involved in delivering those messages.”
  1. “Anti-American forces”
    “I take responsibility for every decision I made, but that’s not why I lost. Anti-American forces are going after our economy and they are going after our unity as a nation.”
  1. Content farms in Macedonia
    “You know, there’s all these stories of guys over in Macedonia who are running these fake news sites and I’ve seen them now and you sit there and it looks like a sort of low-level CNN operation, after decrying these Macedonia’s content farms.”


   27.The GRU
“You know, basically the group running this was the GRU which is the military intelligence arm of the Russian military and they have a very sophisticated cyber operation. They are in bed with WikiLeaks, in bed with Goosefer, in bed with covfefe and in bed with DC Leaks.”

Here is the complete and ever expanding list of Hillary’s “CodeCon 2017” recipes for her “election loss” to President Trump. You can read the full “transcript” at Recode:

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