Everybody is equal, but gays are a little more equal, because if you get in an altercation with them they will squeal “hate crime” and get you in big trouble. It doesn’t always work though:
In a highly publicized, alleged gay hate crime incident that occurred on March 14 in Miami Beach at the BK Whopper Bar, the validity of events as portrayed by the victims is now being called into question.
According to the incident report, which was provided by the Miami Beach Police Department, both victims – Eric Danko and Jordan Schaeffer of LA – were initially “uncooperative” when approached by the responding officer.
Both victims also initially left the scene, where Schaeffer has told CBS Miami 4 that it was after a kissing session between Schaeffer and Danko that Schaeffer was attacked.
“It’s not right that anyone should suffer a hate crime and be a victim based off the person that they are,” Schaeffer said.
Schaeffer was left with a “lacerated lip” as a result of the altercation, the report says. Both Schaeffer and Danko were treated by Miami Beach Fire and Rescue at the scene.
The original report does not state use of derogatory gay terms by the attacker; however, the report was amended after the initial statement was given to police in which Danko and Schaeffer say they were called “faggots” before being attacked.
That’s why fighting with them was supposedly a hate crime.
The report also states that Danko admitted to being under the influence of GHB, better known as the date rape drug.
Gay men ingest GHB for its altering affects, including higher sex drive and experience; but there is also a downside to taking the drug, such as erratic and violent behavior, according to the CDC.
People taking such a drug are likely to get into altercations regardless of membership in privileged “victim” groups.
The Whopper Bar, where the incident took place, is close to gay nightclub Twist.
Both Danko and Schaeffer refused photos of their injuries, according to the report. The manager of the Whopper Bar stated, “She did observe all parties involved in mutual combat.”
Tim Baird, who posted on social media about the incident, said via a Facebook post he witnessed the altercation, and the story being told by Schaeffer and Danko is “completely inaccurate.”
“As we saw it, he is mainly responsible for the fight, and the altercation had nothing to do with his sexual identity. I’ve already contacted the Miami (Beach) police to offer my perspective, if they want it,” Baird said.
Please welcome brawling drug-addled degenerates Eric Danko and Jordan Schaeffer to the Hate Hoax List.
On a tip from Ken in Florida.