It’s that time of year when pumpkin spice everything hits the shelves, and “leading national women’s organization” UltraViolet wasn’t about to let the opportunity pass; hence, the group’s campaign accusing Starbucks of including a “shot of racism” with each latte sold this season.

What? How exactly do pumpkin spice lattes fund white supremacy in the White House? It’s quite a stretch, but UltraViolet is demanding that Starbucks pull out of all Trump properties, including Trump Tower in New York City and the Trump International Hotel in D.C.

Emily Jashinsky writes in the Washington Examiner:

Given the severity of the campaign’s language, one may assume profits from sales of Starbucks’ beloved PSLs are being surreptitiously redirected to the Klan or neo-Nazi groups. In fact, UltraViolet’s actual complaint is that a couple of Starbucks’ 24,000 locations happen to be in properties owned by the Trump Organization.

According to UltraViolet’s logic, by patronizing any of Starbucks’ thousands of stores, average consumers of the signature fall beverage are directly boosting the cause of white supremacy. How increased latte profits to the Trump Organization (not even the White House) impact the president’s policies on racial matters is left unclear.

“Pumpkin spice just doesn’t taste as good when you add a shot of racism,” UltraViolet helpfully explains.

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