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Burger King Accused of Using Twitter to Urge Violence Against Conservatives

Having it your way at Burger King might well include urging violence against conservatives, according to critics of the company.

The fast food company’s UK Twitter account has been tied to attacks on conservative political figures. There has been a recent epidemic of conservative British politicians being repeatedly doused by protestors’ milkshakes. 

A McDonald’s in Edinburgh, Scotland, was asked to stop selling milkshakes during a local campaign event for Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage. Burger King was accused of dog-whistling for political violence when it responded by tweeting “Dear people of Scotland. We’re selling milkshakes all weekend. Have fun. Love BK #justsaying.”

Gillette, Nabisco, and now Burger King are just a few of the companies that have joined Big Tech as corporations that have gone “woke,” or openly liberal. 

The trend of milkshake attacks began with a viral video which showed conservative commentator-turned-politician Tommy Robinson being covered with a milkshake two times in two days while campaigning in early May. The UK Independence Party candidate Carl Benjamin has been doused with not only dead fish, but milkshakes four times in a single week.

McDonald’s complied with a police request, and posted a sign which read: “We will not be selling milkshakes or ice creams tonight. This is due to a police request given recent events.”

Scott MacDonald, an online coordinator for the Scottish Socialist party, had tweeted a photo of the sign while commenting “someone clearly got wind” implying there had been plans to douse Farage in Milkshake. When Farage was successfully doused later on, MacDonald tweeted, “No comment beyond #SplashTheFash.” He tweeted numerous other milkshake related posts that day.

Human Events Editor-in-Chief Raheem Kassam,, in his coverage of this phenomenon, observed that, “Originally, some on the left tried to defend the comment.” However, he noted the truth came to light when “the fast food giant revealed it was in fact making reference to the visit of Nigel Farage.” Kassam lamented the modern reality that, “a corporate social media account is now encouraging its followers to assault – albeit with lactose products – political figures.”

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  1. Eggs should be banned too, glad that the left aren’t short of food money. I always thought that about other thrown food occasions. streets of Paris etc when rotten food was thrown at people in socks etc. Why ever was it allowed to rot and not eaten by the apparently starving?

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    • Would youse eat it? No I didn’t thing so. So stop trying to blame the starving for your silly ideas.

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      • Really? Surely it should have been eaten before it rotted, how ridiculous are you. No-one was suggesting that starving people should eat rotten food.

        We are a welfare state, why do you think everyone wants to come here?

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      • Ewes would eat tucker before it got rotten Fairy, starving, what starving keep up with the play, poverty was wiped away, gone, not one starving person left, zero, zilch, Cindy is so Amazing, one statement and gone. Maybe she could do the heavy lifting for Maduro, sure she can fix Venezuela in half a day. No more zoo animals on socialist barbecue.
        Like Kath and Kim, Cindy is permanently saying:”Look at moiiiiiii.”

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  2. BK is now off the menu for this righty. Boycotting BK is what they deserve for their political woke behaviour.

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    • “In a now deleted tweet she said: ‘Bravo to Paul Crowther, good on you mate. Great that milkshakes have become a thing when it comes to the racists in our midst. I’d prefer acid but milkshakes will do for now I guess.’

      Ms Townsley, who has previously told Facebook followers she voted Labour, is now being investigated by her employer Happy City.

      Despite her upsetting tweet, she is programme manager at the charity that promotes happiness and wellbeing. It is not known if she has been suspended from work.”

      Wow, will she receive a visit from the police wanting to discuss her incitement of violence? Calling for an acid attack on someone with an alternate political opinion. Is that not deemed inciting a terrorist attack?

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      • To your last Para:-
        A. No

        But, to someone who calls a mentally challenged person who is a man but wants people to call him Miss, despite all outward appearances, well you can expect a visit from plod.

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  3. And from what I can work out these idiots picked milkshakes to throw because of course milk is white and it highlights the white privilege (therefore racism) of the person you throw it at.
    Jeez, what have we become?

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  4. It always seems as though those that hide under a banner of peace are the most violent in society.

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