If you’re not the type who likes to predict trends out, you should probably stop reading here. Because I’m not worried about some sugar-crammed Burger King shake hitting anyone. I’m worried about the unwieldy power of big corporates in politics, and what the end game is when the right inevitably fights back. And the police agree with me.
Fast food establishments in Scotland were asked to not serve milkshakes or ice creams during the campaign visit of Nigel Farage. The left has been openly organizing the splatter of shakes against their political adversaries for weeks, since it started happening to Tommy Robinson.
“We will not be selling milkshakes or ice creams tonight. This is due to a police request given recent events,” says a sign in the window of a local McDonald’s. But Burger King has different ideas: