Fake Hate Crime: “We Don`t Tip Terrorist” Note Left On Receipt Was Faked
Another fake hate crime. If America is so full of hate and intolerance, why do people continuously need to fake hate crimes?
Khalil Cavil, a server at a Texas steakhouse posted a picture on his facebook page of a receipt from one of his customers that had a note written on it saying “We don`t tip terrorist”. As you may have guessed the post went viral, outrage ensued and the customer who supposedly wrote the note was banned from the restaurant. Upon further investigation it turned out that the note was faked. Khalil says he did not know why he wrote the note, but The Odessa American claimed that he told them he hoped the post would spur conversation. This brings us to another fake hate crime in which left wing activists posted racist fliers around campus as an experiment. Once it was discovered what had happened one individual stated “What gives you the right to manipulate people and make their emotions props to expedite your cause!?!?” The same thing is true in this case. As we`ve said before, creating a fake allegation that white people are vandalizing properties and attacking others based on their race does nothing more than cause even more divisions in society. It creates an unjustified hatred against whites based on those false allegations. One community member, Dekwann Wynn rightly said that things like this move rtge racial conversations back instead of forward. As for the restaurant that banned the customers, they`ve now invited them back for a free meal. Terry Turney, the COO of Saltgrass stated “Racism of any form is intolerable, and we will always act swiftly should it occur in any of our establishments. Falsely accusing someone of racism is equally disturbing.”