In an era when Christians around the world have universal love for everyone, it can be difficult to find someone to substantiate the media-created stereotype of Christian hatred and oppression. Why wait? These days, resourceful gay activists don’t mope around hoping for discriminatory acts to occur. Instead, they take matters into their own hands and create their own stories to help perpetuate their anti-Christian bigotry. These stories make you swell with gay pride as you discover the depths of depravity to which some will sink for the cause of homosexuality. Ah, now this is tolerance!
- Dayna Morales’ Lesbian Tip Lie
- Sarah Bray’s Battering and Cover-up Hoax
- Aimee Whitchurch and Christel Conklin’s Phony Vandalism
- Charlie Rogers’ Fabricated Beating and Interior Decorating
BRIDGEWATER, NJ, November 26, 2013 – Lesbian Waitress, Dayna Morales, claimed that a couple who she served stiffed her and left the following message on their receipt: “I’m sorry but I cannot tip because I do not agree with your lifestyle and how you live your life.” The story went national and then international. All of this happened over a claim of getting stiffed.
The story was a lie that would never have been exposed if it had not grown so big. Although the names of the couple were never revealed, they recognized their receipt by the time stamp, and were able to produce evidence from their bank that they did leave a tip of $18.00. They stated that they did not write the message either. In the meantime, Dayna Morales collected $3000 in sympathy tips, which she says that she will give to the Wounded Warrior Project. Sure.
Indianapolis, IN, November 22, 2013 – Sarah Bray, 34, was a lesbian in six-month relationship with her live-in girlfriend, Jennifer Clemmer, 28, who was ready adopt Bray’s children and get “married” to her in Iowa. Clouds darkened the blue skies of this lesbian Brady Bunch fairy tale, when Clemmer allegedly attempted to commit suicide, and Sarah Bray brought her to Franciscan St. Francis Health-Indianapolis for treatment. While Clemmer was there, Bray claims that the hospital denied her visitation because she is gay.
Sarah Bray approached every available news outlet and charged the hospital with discrimination. The gay media and activist groups dutifully picked up the story, along with the USA Today, Fox 59, and the Indianapolis Star. As a result of the attention, the hospital released a statement denying that they had barred Bray from visiting Clemmer. When Clemmer finally became conscious a few days later, Bray was arrested and charged with battery and criminal confinement; Sarah Bray had beaten Clemmer just before she brought her to the hospital.
Parker, CO, November 1, 2011 – Lesbians, Aimee Whitchurch, 37, and Christel Conklin, 29, called police and reported that the message, “Kill The Gay,” was spray-painted on their garage door along with a bulls-eye on their front door. The next night, they found a noose at the front door. Then they reported that someone left dog feces and keyed their car. Whitchurch and Conklin insisted that the problems stemmed from a feud that they were having with their Homeowners Association and their neighbors over their dogs.
To solve this crime, the FBI joined forces with the police in the investigation. The gay publication, The Advocate, and many others picked up the story. The Anti-Defamation League was outraged and demanded answers. When the answers came, the Anti-Defamation League was less than thrilled. All of the evidence pointed to Whitchurch and Conklin as the perpetrators. At first, they denied everything and tried to blame it all on a person that they had staying with them. Eventually, they pleaded guilty to false reporting.
LINCOLN, NE, July 2, 2013 – On one fateful evening, three men wearing ski masks broke into the home of lesbian Charlie Rogers, 33. They called her names, they painted names on the walls inside her home, and they carved names into her body. Then they carved a cross into her chest. Bloody, naked, and battered, Rogers escaped to her neighbor’s house and foiled an attempt, by the men, to burn her house down.
The problem with this story is that Charlie Rogers is really just a lesbian with a strange sadomasochistic obsession: She likes to get naked, carve things into her body, write words in her blood, tie herself up, crawl over to her neighbor’s house, and then call the police on phantom Christian attackers. In this instance, many willing dupes in the media printed her fraudulent story. Candlelight vigils were assembled, and rallies were organized. Unfortunately for Charlie, DNA evidence and store receipts cleared these alleged Christian assailants of any wrongdoing and landed her in jail for a short stint. Sorry, Charlie.
More to come . . .