If you did not hear, police officers in Temp, Ariz. said that they were asked to leave a Starbucks because a customer “did not feel safe” with the police officers present.

According to Fox News, the five cops were drinking coffee at a Starbucks when they were asked to move out of a customer’s line of sight or leave. The story was laid out on the Temp Officers Association Twitter. Here is the tweet.

A representative for Starbucks told the Arizona Republic the following:

“We have a deep respect for the Tempe Police and their service to the community,” he said. “We’ve reached out to the Tempe Police Department and Tempe Officers Association to better understand what happened and apologize. We want everyone in our stores to feel welcomed and the incident described is not indicative of what we want any of our customers to feel in our stores.”

Following the incident, there have been calls to #DumpStarbucks and #BoycottStarbucks on Twitter today.

Our men and women in uniform deserve our utmost respect. As your Congressman, I will be the greatest ally to the men and women in blue. I served in the military and I know what it means to put on a uniform and protect your community.

The mere fact that the presence of police officers made customers “feel unsafe” shows how far the war on police has gone and how dangerous the rhetoric is these days.

Police are an important part of our American life. Let’s send a message to all the police officers in the nation that we are with them. Spread this around to your friends and let’s send a message full of love to all of our police officers. #BackTheBlue