Another gun grabber group (likely an octopus like arm of the Joyce Foundation, but hey, who's looking) is now encouraging their members to film fake interviews and post them on YouTube.
2) ASSERTIVE APPROACH: JOIN THE NATIONWIDE BOYCOTT ON FEBRUARY 14 by texting/e-mailing your/face booking your friends to meet you at your local Starbucks (perhaps invite the local media too). When you arrive have a few nice big lettered signs to hold outside in front of the Café’ ( Signs might read, “Boycott Starbucks/No Guns”, “Danger, Guns Allowed”, etc)
(b) a couple of you might want to write up a 45 second script that could involve your protesters in a video smart phone production done right there in front of that local Starbucks, then put on you tube.
“ Excuse me, but I thought I should tell you before you go in, that Starbucks lets people with guns inside. (crowd shouts –“They let people with guns in Starbucks? – We’re outta here!”) Yes, it’s true and we’re hoping people will boycott Starbucks until they do what other responsible businesses do and keep the guns out. (patron replies- “Thanks for letting me know. Guns in Starbucks is Nuts! I’ll come back when its safe and relaxing again.”) (crowd shouts- “ Us too! – No Guns , Boycott Starbucks!!”). “
YOU CAN DO IT! Then post your videos and share them on your social network, through e-mails and with family and friends.
It looks like the antis have realized that they can never draw a crowd to this things. However, even a husband and wife team can film fake interviews and make it look like regular people notice or care about Starbuck's non-policy policy of following local law on the issue of firearms on their property.
I wonder if this is a new tactic to mitigate the fact that they can't get turnout at their events.