Restaurant diners beware: When your server is a Liberal, you run the risk of your entrée being served with a side of fraud.
The news media has glorified victimhood, journalists no longer fact check, and Liberals are all-too-willing to throw cash at anyone they believe has been offended. When you tell people they’re entitled to money they’re “unwilling” to earn, and the best way to get it is by melting down and playing the victim, some self-serving parasites will take it to the extreme.
That’s how we ended up with a scam so stupid no one should have fallen for it at all, and yet many did, several times over: the restaurant receipt tip hoax.
While the following incidents are shameful, they are hardly uncommon. It’s not even March yet, and already this year we’ve had the Jussie Smollett hoax and transgender activist Nikki Joly burned his house down—with his five pets in it.
Homophobic Tip Hoax
In 2013 former Marine Dayna Morales, 22, made an alarming post on the Facebook page Have a Gay Day. In this post, the lesbian waitress claimed to have received a note that said “I’m sorry but I cannot tip because I do not agree with your lifestyle and how you live your life” in lieu of a tip. The post went viral, as posts about Liberal outrage often do, and the story drew media attention. People sent tips to Morales from across the country, and even from other countries, to show that they do not stand with homophobia.
The problem? The only person who was committing an act of homophobia in this case was Morales herself, the actual author of the anti-gay message on the receipt. The actual receipt, which included an $18 tip, was released to the public. Once the truth came out, Morales was fired, and the restaurant’s manager claimed the money that came in after Morales was let go would be donated. But what about the money Morales got to keep before she was caught?
Islamophobic Tip Hoax
There Khalil Cavil was, working hard to earn a living when he was cruelly stuffed by a Muslim-hating racist, who left a note on a table in Texas’s Saltgrass Steak House restaurant that said, “I don’t tip terrorist.” The story was picked up by HuffPost and The Washington Post, who of course made sure to verify the facts before they ran with the stories.
Cavil later admitted, “I did write it. I don’t have an explanation. I made a mistake. There’s no excuse for what I did.”
There is an excuse, unfortunately, and that’s the Liberal victimhood fetish. We can expect to see a lot more of this kind of behavior in the future, as long as the fake news media continues reporting every incident as though it were proven fact before any facts come out at all.
Ironically, in the case of the Saltgrass Steak House hoax, the accused customer was invited back for a free meal. So someone got free stuff—it just wasn’t a Liberal.
Learn more about the terrorist tip hoax.
Learn more about the New Jersey lesbian tip hoax
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