Green Beans Coffee lands $3 billion contract to open 2,000 locations along border
WASHINGTON — The Department of Defense is granting a $3 billion contract to Green Beans Coffee to complete the construction of 2,000 locations along the border.
The move, which was announced today by Secretary of Defense James Mattis, may signal that U.S. troops will remain at the border longer than originally anticipated. Troop conditions along the border have widely been reported as sub-standard.
“This is way worse than Iraq, at least there we had a Pizza Hut and got a ribbon,” said Cpl. James O’Flannigan who is deployed along the border in Texas.
Mattis cast the move as an employment opportunity for the migrant caravan rapidly approaching the border.
“These folks need jobs," he said. "What better way to help these young men and women achieve the American dream then to employ them in a coffee shop that serves America’s finest.”
When asked how much the migrants could be expected to earn as Green Beans employees, Mattis whispered, “Their freedom.”
Speaking on the condition of anonymity, a s…
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