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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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