DISGUSTING: Server Writes Horrendous Note To Cop Eating At Restaurant

BLM Inciting Death And Hatred Across US

Just one day after the New York chapter of “Black Lives Matter” was invited on stage to speak at the ‘Mother of all Rallies’ in Washington D.C. we see yet another reason why none of these factions should be getting any credibility, let alone a platform at a cop loving, conservative rally.

Aside from the fact that the BLM chapter in St Louis chanted “what do we want? “Dead cops, when do we want them? now,” and aside form the fact that the chapter in Minnesota chanted “Pigs in a blanket, fry ’em like bacon,” we are seeing a rise in hate of cops from millions of every day citizens stemming from the rhetoric of this insidious organization.

At Pieology in Torrance, California, we have the latest example posted by Leigh Ann who is married to a police officer.  Her husband and his partners visited the pizza parlor and received a very hateful message afterwards.

Here is the post in full that was posted on Facebook on Monday, September 18th.

I want to share this with everyone to show the unprovoked hatred that my husband and his partners deal with everyday. This is not the type of business that I want to see in the city where I live. My husband’s partner was just trying to get a quick bite to eat in the middle of a busy shift and this is what he received. Needless to say we will never eat at Pieology ever again. I hope you all will help support our police and share this both near and far. It is NOT ok to treat our officers like this.”

 

According to the Daily Breeze, the server has been fired after being contacted on twitter.  Here is what they reported…

The officer, who declined to speak publicly Monday and asked a department spokesman to speak for him, did not talk to the server. Instead, he decided not to make a scene.

“He wanted to say something. He wanted to go up to the young lady who actually wrote this,” Harris said. “He wasn’t angry, but he was so pressed for time.”

The officer received what is known as a “uniform discount,” which police officers sometimes receive from businesses when buying restaurant meals. It was his first time there, and he was not expecting a price reduction. He added the savings to the bill as a tip, Harris said.

“He watched her very closely when they packaged his pizza because he wanted to make sure it wasn’t altered,” Harris said. “He was empathetic. He wanted to know “what happened to you to make you do something like this?’

“He paid his bill, grabbed his food and headed out to an assignment to relieve some other officers on a busy day,” Harris said.

Although the lunch was handled by a female worker, the receipt shows a male employee’s name, Harris said, indicating the woman possibly was logged in as someone else.

Pieology also responded on twitter instantaneously.

 

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