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Feb 27 2017

Black Waitress Makes $Thousands Off Hate Hoax

No wonder there are so many hate hoaxes. Hoaxers can make good money:

A black waitress who received thousands of dollars in donations after she claimed she received a racist note and no tip from a patron last month fabricated the incident, the customer claims.

Kelly Carter, a waitress at Anita’s New Mexico Cafe in Ashburn, Va., claimed that a white man stiffed her on his $30.52 restaurant bill and wrote “Great service, don’t tip black people” at the bottom of his receipt.

But the note was forged, says Daniel Hebda, a lawyer for the customer.

Hebda said in a statement Friday that his client did leave Carter a small tip — one penny — because her service was poor, not because she is black.

The hoax was not well executed.

For one, the receipt she posted online was printed several hours after Anita’s New Mexico Cafe closed. The receipt also bore markings showing that it was a reprint of an original receipt.

Instead of taking responsibility for doing a poor job and striving to improve, Ms. Carter gets revenge on the customer, gets to bask in the sympathy and adoration all correctly thinking people feel for blacks claiming to be oppressed by racism, and even gets to rake in far more cash than she would get in any tip, even if she made some effort to excel at her job.

So she was exposed as a fraud — so what? It’s not as if she will have to give the money back. Naturally, the Loudon Country NAACP is standing behind her, so she is unlikely to lose her job for framing a customer. It isn’t easy to run a cafe when Al Sharpton types are siccing mobs of idiot thugs on you while screaming that you are racist.

On a tip from Steve A.

13 Responses to “Black Waitress Makes $Thousands Off Hate Hoax”

  1. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Sorry, Kelly. You should talk to the Obama people about coming up with a credible forgery.

  2. KHarn says:

    Dear Dave;

    It’s become so hard to post on this site that I will no longer post comments. I will keep reading the articals and comments, but it’s too much hassle trying to type a response with lost words and letters and the site crashing.

    I’ve had to write this in “notepad” and paste it here, by the way.


  3. Mr. Freemarket says:

    More than likely it has something to do with your internet connection. I use Chrome and have had essentially zero problems with this site.

  4. JackisBack says:

    The lawyer still sounds like a cheapskate.

  5. FeatherBlade says:

    Pretty sure the customer should sue for libel, and damage to his good name (assuming he has one).

  6. Hungjumper says:

    A product of our public education system.

  7. KHarn says:

    No problems on any other site except IMFDB. Took five minute to reply

  8. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Sad. Try a different browser.

  9. Jodie says:

    I am guessing that the manager of the restaurant, who confirmed that the event occurred, may have been in on it, because the receipt in question was printed after hours.

    It looks to me like “great”, “don’t”, and “tip” are in one person’s handwriting, and “service” and “black people” are in another person’s handwriting.

  10. Jester says:

    The racism gravy train worked for Obama, and Fauxcahontas, why not waitresses too?

  11. 762x51 says:

    I use Chrome and Firefox and have the same problem. It seems to be largely related to the ads. After adding adblocker extension to Chrome the problem has gotten much less intrusive. Still get some words or characters that just never make it to a post but far less than before.

    If you don’t have the adblocker extension, in Chrome, go to Settings, Get more extensions and search for adblocker. There are several to choose from, pick one and Add to Chrome. Then restart Chrome, not really necessary but I find it does let the extension settle in fully.

    Hopefully this will allow you to continue on MB.

  12. 762x51 says:

    If you create a GoFundMe account for your cancer treatment then are discovered to never have had cancer, you can be prosecuted for fraud. How is this different?

    If the manager was involved as another poster points out, that makes it a conspiracy to commit fraud which is a felony, §18.2-23 of the Code of Virginia, ” If individuals conspire, assist, aid or abet in the act of a larceny of goods or merchandise valued at more than $200, they face a felony charge, which is punishable by one to 20 years in state prison. ”

    “A crowdfunding page was organized on for Kelly Carter. The page titled “Funds for Kelly” has well exceeded its goal of $2,000, raking in $3,674.”

    If VA does not prosecute this felon and the restaurant manager who conspired with her, then anyone who has been or will be prosecuted should be able to claim a violation of the Equal Protection Clause in the 14th Amendment.

  13. Tooley says:

    Please don’t forget the other receipt hoaxes by the SJWs
    also looking for their 15 minutes of fame with the narrative driven media and a fatter wallet for themselves by a willingly gullible public:

    Dayna Morales a lesbian waitress wrote on a Gallop Asian
    Bistro receipt that “no tip don’t agree with your lifestyle”, she returned
    thousands of donations when faced with jail

    Toni Jenkins – Red Lobster waitress wrote “N word” on the
    tip line of Devin Barnes now suing the restaurant after she got thousands in “Tips
    for Toni” on gofundme

    Also my favorite is the Gay Dads being insulted over the
    birthday invite insult completely fabricated by two radio hosts in New York Steve
    Harper and Leeana Karlson.

    Special runner up is the Dear Abby column where almost weekly “hateful, bigoted” people write letters to Dear Abby in the almost unbelievable scenarios whereby she shames them over social problems involving family members, neighbors, co-workers involving discrimination, religious bigotry, pansexuality. You’ve got to be a special kind of masochist to write to “an liberal as they come” advice columnist I mean get real.

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