After the inauguration, Antifa militants chanted “f-k” President Biden during a rampage through Seattle, smashing the historic site of the very first Starbucks.
Seattle cops made at least three arrests because, according to the Seattle Times, at least 100 protesters scrawled graffiti, smashed windows and even set fire to an American flag.
Videos showed the mob chanting “Antifa” their allegiance and repeatedly condemning the election of Biden, a left-wing president.
“In one clip, a large crowd chanted, “F-k Trump, f-k Biden too, they don’t give an f-k about you.
Some said they took to the streets because they were disgusted that, instead of attacking their right-wing opponents, the new president had called for unity. “It’s disgusting to call for unity with people who actively want to harm people,” a woman named Anna told the Seattle Times.
The destruction included the Pike Place Starbucks, home of the very first location of the java chain, which opened on the street in 1971.
In order to protect smashed windows, police shared store images covered in police tape. One of the three Wednesday night arrests was for burglary and damage to property at the historic store, police said.
“I guess their[sic] Anti-caffeine, too,” a tweeter user John Blair, said as he decried the attack on what was not just a “Starbucks” but “the original one. Store #1.”