BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Kavasutra, a tea house with locations across South Florida including Delray Beach, has taken to Instagram to share how it apparently feels about teachers, teacher unions, masks, and seemingly anyone with any level of intelligence.
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The company’s national Instagram page — which you can find below — is now displaying this language: “Effective immediately: Any and all grade school teachers who, by choice, have opted not to return to in-person teaching are hereby banned from any and all Kavasutra Kava Bar locations. Furthermore, masks may not be worn in Arizona or Florida locations. New York and Colorado are a bunch of pussy leftists so they cover their mouths with a dirty cloth.”
A second image states this: “It has come to our attention that we may have upset some people with our last post. We’ve been reading your comments and we understand how we may have effected (they can’t spell) some of you. So we want to be very clear: masks are for leftist losers, teachers unions are trash, women are born with ovaries, and we are doing slams at midnight tonight.”
KavaSutra is located at 2186 West Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach, with other locations found here. The Florida Secretary of State reports that KavaSutra locally is registered to Michael Klein and Ronald VanTassell III.
Here is KavaSutra’s Instagram page.
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