There was a story of a Marine who was beaten for going to a Waffle House that black people used. How ridiculous is that?
But that was only the most recent story of a white man being beaten for being hungry and white. Look at what happens to these two couples…
Two people were killed at a McDonald’s but I bet you didn’t hear the story, as reported by Front Page:
Out on a double date, the two couples pulled into the parking lot of so-called “University McDonald’s” shortly after 2 a.m. that Sunday – and beheld a scene unlike anything portrayed in all those wholesome McDonald’s television commercials. Before them, hundreds of young black males were loitering about, some without shirts.
Twenty minutes later, two of them were dead.
Interesting who’s getting sued.
Incredibly, the race of the assailants was scrubbed from local news coverage; and utterly missing from tersely written wire-service stories about a Brazos County jury’s whopping $27 million negligence verdict on July 30 against “University McDonald’s” – an outlet owned by the Oak Brook, Illinois-based fast-food giant. What the media considered unmentionable nevertheless loomed over a riveting seven-day trial, which came amid the growing phenomenon of black-on-white violence — unprovoked attacks on whites and black mob violence like the so-called “knock-out game.”
Chris Hamilton, lead lawyer of the small Dallas firm that humbled the corporate giant, was asked, during a phone interview, how many reporters had even bothered to inquire about the race of the assailants during the many interviews he gave.
“You’re the only one,” he replied.
The nerve of McDonald’s building a business where dozens of black teens loiter in hopes of killing white people in post-racial America. Somebody has to pay, so why not a capitalist.
After all, McDonald’s didn’t post those racially profiling, “No Loitering” signs, that we all know mean, “No Loitering N-Word.” It was McDonald’s responsibility to warn white people of the potential for danger for patronizing one of their thousands of stores, and we are not talking about the carbs.
Keep in mind that had McDonald’s warned anybody about the potential of crime by blacks, they would have been in a lawsuit for doing that. So the secret for that particularly McDonald’s was that anybody is fair game, particularly non-blacks.
Believe me when I tell you that black folks were leery to go to that McDonald’s as well.