As I noted in January, former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is considering an independent run for the White House in 2020, and “the left is having a collective meltdown at the very idea.”

That meltdown now appears to be taking the form of heckling.

Schultz was attending this year’s Unrig Summit in Nashville, Tennessee.  Unrig, according to the Tennessean, is “a conference targeting millennials and focused on uniting the right and left to fight corruption in politics.”

Schultz was on the stage while someone else was speaking at the podium, and a handful of people started heckling with cries of “Billionaires for President!”.  His billionaire status really rubs many on the left the wrong way, so much so that Vox even published an article entitled, “Dear billionaires: stop running for president.”


My guess is that they are fine with a “Millionaire for President” . . . if that millionaire is socialist Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT).


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