Lesbian Waitress Forged Discriminatory Note





Photo credit: Philocrites (Creative Commons)

Many gay rights activists live in a state of perpetual offense, finding evidence of homophobia and bigotry around every corner. Despite the fact that their lifestyle is almost universally accepted in today’s culture, many homosexuals choose to present themselves as victims.

In one recent case, a lesbian waitress in New Jersey did not merely exaggerate an incident to maximize sympathy – she invented the entire event.

After posting a photo of a credit card receipt, ostensibly completed by one of her guests, onto her Facebook page earlier this month, Dayna Morales became a local celebrity for her stance against discrimination. Instead of a tip, the receipt showed the handwritten declaration: “I’m sorry but I cannot tip because I do not agree with your lifestyle.”

She went on a media tour to detail the scenario, declaring on multiple occasions that her guest wrote the offensive remark. The only problem, it seems, is that the family accused of this deed became aware of Morales’ crusade.

A married couple, who asked to have their identity hidden, came forward with an identical receipt from the same night. The only difference was in the way it was filled out. Instead of adding a contentious note to the receipt, the family actually left an $18 tip on the $93.55 bill.

The family produced bank records that show their account was debited for the cost of the meal plus the tip. Furthermore, the left-handed wife who filled out the receipt said she could not have easily made a slash mark pictured on the hoax receipt.

The bottom line, she said, is that the couple always tips good servers, “and we would never leave a note like that.”

Her husband agreed, noting he supports gay marriage rights and did not vote for Gov. Chris Christie because of the Republicans’ stance on the issue.

Morales continues to stick by her story, and the restaurant has declined to comment. Unfortunately, a number of individuals have apparently also been duped, as Morales previously confirmed she had received money from individuals near and far to make up for her supposedly lost tip.

As with race-baiters like Al Sharpton, homosexual activists must resort to outright lies to further their cause. Instead of celebrating the fact that America is overwhelmingly acceptant of their lifestyle, fraudsters like Morales prefer to create a false narrative of persecution and intolerance.

–B. Christopher Agee

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Recently released results from the Public Religion Research Institute hold seriously bad news for the long term viability of the Democrats and Barack Obama’s chances of reelection.   The pollsters spoke to adults between the ages of 18 and 24 about their views on race relations, and their findings were surprising.

One of the questions they asked these young people centered on whether they thought the government paid too much attention to the complaints of blacks and minorities in general.  They were asked about the existence of reverse discrimination and if it was a problem in their view.

These young people – “millennials” as they are labeled by sociologists- don’t seem to be following the Democrats’ script on how they should think about racial issues. Almost half of them (46%) believe the government pays too much attention to the complaints of minorities, and 48% feel that discrimination against whites is a considerable problem.

When the responses from minorities were removed to count only the responses from white millennials (who represent 2/3 of the millennial population), a sizable majority  (56%) agreed that the government caters to the concerns of minorities too much. This is not good news for a Democrat Party that so heavily relied on “white guilt” to elect an unqualified black man as our president.

This is a hammer blow to the race-hustling world view of the Democrat Party and it’s main “white guilt” salesmen like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton.  Young white people have been taught a conflicting message, and the framers of that message will reap the destruction it brings.

A lifetime of listening to baseless charges that they have somehow discriminated against minorities is apparently not being passively accepted by white millennials. They don’t feel guilty of discrimination toward minorities. Apparently, a majority of them are beginning to compare the devastating effect “Affirmative Action” programs have had on their innocent parents and older siblings to the unwarranted preferential treatment of minorities by our government and refusing to smile and accept their undeserved punishment.

If there is worse news for the Democrats in regards to white millennials, it’s that they are just beginning to vote.

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Barack Obama 6 SC Obama a Post Racial President? Think Again

Those Americans who have been able to pry themselves away from their video games, their satellite television, and their sports obsessions have probably heard the tragic story about Trayvon Martin’s death.  This young African-American was allegedly unarmed when he was shot by Hispanic George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watchman.  An FBI investigation is currently being conducted to determine the facts regarding the case.  God-fearing Americans, please pray that justice will prevail for all parties involved.

A primary focus of the investigation is the 911 call made by George Zimmerman. The call will be diagnosed by special technicians to determine if George mumbled any racial slurs before the shooting.  If it can be proven that he did, then his claim of self-defense will crumble under the weight of a “hate-crime” accusation.

During Obama’s presidential campaign, he portrayed himself as the great racial unifier.  He said, “…we may not look the same and may not have come from the same place, but we all want to move in the same direction.” (Political Intelligence, March, 2008)   The president seems to contradict himself when he fails to constrain from weighing in on the racial issues that surface from time to time. This shouldn’t be surprising, considering his tutelage under the likes of Jeremiah Wright, Derrick Bell, William Ayers, and a multitude of other extremists.

Obama finally entered the fray in response to strong criticism from the likes of Al Sharpton, the perpetrator of the Tawana Brawley hoax, and Louis Farrakhan, who spews his hatred for Jewish people by exalting Hitler as a “very great man” and Jews as being “satanic” and their place of worship as “satanic synagogues.” (DefendingtheTruth.net, March 19, 2012)  Instead of falling back on his previous theme of “we may not all look the same”, he emphasized that he and the victim have certain similarities.  “If I had a son, he would look like Trayvon.”

Many are questioning the President’s motive behind such a statement?  Was he trying to comfort a hurting family, or was he using his words to stir racial tension and mobilize African-Americans to support him?  He has been losing the political backing of many African-Americans who are not satisfied with his performance as president over the last three years.  Many are offended by the idea that their vote can be earned by handing out more candy (welfare) instead of providing them with more jobs in order to make a respectable living for their families.

Newt Gingrich climbed up on his stump to declare without hesitation that President Obama intended to spawn racial tension with his comment:  “What the President said, in a sense, is disgraceful.  It’s not a question of who that young man looked like. Any young American of any ethnic background should be safe, period.”  Gingrich went on to say, “Is the president suggesting that if it had been a white who had been shot, that would be OK because it didn’t look like him? That’s just nonsense dividing this country up?”  (The Hill, 3/21/12)    Questioning Obama’s intentions seems to be a legitimate quest, but in all fairness, only Obama knows the motive behind his words.  He may be calling a beer summit again on the White House lawn to explain himself to the nation.

Trayvon’s tragic death occurred after the NBA All-Star game in February.  About one week later, the Coon family from Kansas City was struggling with their own tragedy. Melissa Coon’s son, Allen, was targeted in the school he attended, East High School.  During a discussion regarding Black History Month, Allen, who is white, tried to answer a question when his African-American teacher, Ms. Karla Dorsey, said to him, “What would you know about it?  You’re not our race.”  (The Moral Liberal, March 25, 2012)

Probably far less people know about what happened to Allen Coon than what happened to Trayvon Martin.  There is no justification for comparing the two incidents.  One boy is dead while the other still lives. But both incidents reveal that racial hatred is still a cancer that affects our culture. Allen Coon, 13,  was approached by two older black males who doused him with gasoline and set him on fire. An investigation into the incident indicates it was a hate crime because of what was said as they set Coon aflame, “This is what you deserve.  You get what you deserve, white boy.”  (Katie Pavlich, News Editor, Townhall, March 5, 2012)

Certain Americans are questioning why they didn’t hear President Obama’s voice when Allen Coon was set aflame. Why didn’t Attorney General Eric Holder condemn this horrendous crime?  Why didn’t MSNBC’s Al Sharpton and Rainbow Coalition’s Jesse Jackson and Muslim leader Louis Farrakhan mount their steeds and ride into St. Louis declaring all hate, whether perpetrated by blacks or whites, wrong and unacceptable?

We so often vehemently rise up against the sin we see in others, a reflection of a sin that may be prevalent in our own lives.  Rather than confess our own sins to God, we try to justify them by discovering and magnifying them in others.  We feel so much better about ourselves if we can find someone worse than we are.  We feel a measure of self-hatred when we see our ugly reflection in the humanity of others.  Racial hatred exists and always will because the hearts of men are depraved.  Laws and courts and attorneys may be useful in limiting the effects of racial hatred in our society, but only the grace of God can eliminate the stain of racial hatred from the soul.  Shouldn’t that be the message of the ‘Reverends’ Jackson and Sharpton?

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