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Another day. Another dollar. Another fake gay hate crime.
Every since homosexuals used the now debunked Matthew Sheppard murder narrative to whip up antiChristian hatred, there’s been a non stop string of fake hate crimes. See here,here, here and here for examples. Trust me there are MANY more. Almost always its some homosexual who sloppily creates a fake crime then runs to the media to cry wolf. And the US media is so invested in protecting the golden cow du jour, they immediately yell fire in the crowded theater. Just what homosexual activists want because to them, the means justifies the end.
Now its happened again.
After a gay server at a New Jersey restaurant said a customer denied her a tip and wrote her a hateful note on the receipt, a local family contacted NBC 4 New York and said their receipt shows they paid a tip and didn’t write any such note.
Dayna Morales, a former Marine and a server at Gallop Asian Bistro in Bridgewater, posted a photo on Facebook earlier this month, showing the bill with a line through the space for a tip. The photo of the receipt showed someone had written, “I’m sorry but I cannot tip because I do not agree with your lifestyle.”
Morales indicated in her Facebook post, and in subsequent media interviews – including with NBC 4 New York – that the customer wrote that line.
But a family contacted NBC 4 New York claiming their receipt from the restaurant shows they did leave a tip, and provided what they said was a credit card statement as proof.
The husband and wife, who asked to remain anonymous, showed NBC 4 New York a receipt that appeared to be printed at the same minute, on the same date, for the same $93.55 total, except with an $18 tip.
They also provided a document they said was a Visa bill, which appears to indicate their card was charged for the meal plus the tip, for a total of $111.55.
The couple told NBC 4 New York that they believed their receipt was used for a hoax. The wife says she is left-handed and could not have made the slash in the tip line, which she said looks to be drawn from the right.
“We’ve never not left a tip when someone gave good service, and we would never leave a note like that,” the wife said.
The husband said he and his wife have both worked in restaurants and believe in the value of tipping, and noted that he didn’t vote for Gov. Chris Christie because the governor doesn’t support gay marriage.
“Never would a message like that come from us,” he said.
That’s right the couple that allegedly wrote the message and stiffed the lesbian (including she claims called her a name) is progay. They are also long time patrons of the restaurant. They provided irrefutable proof that they didnt do what she claims they did, but do you think it mattered to her? Not in the least bit.
What’s also really strange is how quickly Morales went to the media and subsequently set up a Paypal account to start collecting donated cash from the fake hate crime.
What I find most despicable about this is that Morales is a former Marine. Hopefully an arrest and jail time will follow this new revelation.
Men and women representing a wide array of cultures and races tell about their freedom from homosexuality, bisexuality, transgenderism and lesbianism.
http://youtu.be/bGjsLgmGBM0 – Jennifer Jacobs
http://youtu.be/IgDhjV-lBYc – Pastor Roger Ford
http://youtu.be/jz-G2xK09Io – Veronica Deliz Antes
http://youtu.be/ivWjGaAowzM – Chris Delaney
http://youtu.be/13NuzVOVSKA – Giuseppe Povio
http://youtu.be/m_no6doh4MU – David Bryant
http://youtu.be/vklwWh_OkC0 – Costina Shepherd
http://youtu.be/e19U_TUEAzI – Shanahn Smith
http://youtu.be/PtF8iOuzSeo – Steve Martin
http://youtu.be/Ipju6yYOrs0 – Dennis Jernigan
http://youtu.be/MBCoe9F1y7c – Cleo Bias
http://youtu.be/dsHiq3q7hjc – D Ray Elder
http://youtu.be/JgJYT83BsAY – Anthony Figueroa
http://youtu.be/Q8-jAHMTqSY – Hernando Rodriguez
http://youtu.be/gArt_4EYf94 – Damirrea Martin
http://youtu.be/Y0J8F0J6sZA – Jahmarra Whitfield
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGS6aNVtNT – Joanne Perry
http://youtu.be/bozvwvlyPBE – Jayson Graves
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0_Hifqvl14 – Pastor Josh Lee
http://youtu.be/3bDy77rDtU8 – James Wimbush
http://youtu.be/E_A8hcKS3BI – Christopher Sims
http://youtu.be/3yBvEggIhp0 – Pastor Linda Jernigan
http://youtu.be/lDHyeoBiVak – Arial Santos
http://youtu.be/bv1ZK6a3ITk – Daniel Delgado
http://youtu.be/aqdQ6_MAH2A – David
http://youtu.be/EXOmRpr7wMc – Nicole
http://youtu.be/zy9wbfm_iH8 – Miriam Alexander
http://youtu.be/Z71XkZ22QBE – David Arthur
http://youtu.be/BELTXyqwOMU - Remnant Williams
http://youtu.be/zy9wbfm_iH8 – Cindy Hinsch
http://youtu.be/kQ_YI6INTQU – Rosaria Butterfield
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0PHkrjSuns – Edwin Ramos
http://youtu.be/tv8VG6PoyJs – Raleigh Mayberry, Jr.
http://youtu.be/kd2YeuYRm5A – Damian Rodriguez
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngqPgS5wcBQ – Mark Servillano, Jr
http://vimeo.com/67968435 – Kegan Wesley
http://youtu.be/koVf-Q9yFRA – Dean Bailey
http://youtu.be/xRVhtI-OgUQ – Alex
http://youtu.be/Osjb1ox0Rnw – Michelle Smith
http://vimeo.com/64570799 – Brenna Simonds
http://youtu.be/CQemhP2_hv0 – Octavia Moore
http://youtu.be/CytB_0Mnj0Y – Chadwick Nelson
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wx6x8lrtxDc – Venus Burton
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SRJSBzs1qc – Ty Wyss
http://www.cbn.com/tv/2628881436001 – Debra Gauthier
http://youtu.be/Wka2434b-l8 – Danny Wallace
http://youtu.be/KoPPBej_dlw – Daisy Copelin
http://youtu.be/6V2vuF-VkRU – Danny Price
http://youtu.be/d-dXLwS1NCM – Pastor Isreal Simas
http://youtu.be/rLFAiTlGahE – Asia Thomas
http://youtu.be/bWz-kiHSzss – Tony Spears
http://youtu.be/BGi7Twkz4HQ – Lanna Holder
http://youtu.be/m7oeWvF_hj0 – Jackie Hill
http://youtu.be/HCXtZJ0H2OA – James Hartline
http://youtu.be/94Wo2Rjnhw4 – Camille Lenior
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0TVweN4EtQ - Darrell Roberts
http://youtu.be/plnW63J7c_4 – Byron Johnson
http://youtu.be/rt85-FE9ViM - Nathanael Flock
http://youtu.be/uTcW8BHIzaM – Charlene Cothran
http://youtu.be/GClS2tZibuo – J. Elijah
http://youtu.be/cHN0kpNSb5w – Pastor Paulinho De Jesus
http://youtu.be/4Vit0OsnyMY – Brooke Donnelly
http://youtu.be/UOraQnJImEg – Christopher Yuan
http://youtu.be/y2BbHcyKZS0 – Diane Freed
http://youtu.be/3aLf_Dree10 – Kiwi Dennis
http://youtu.be/Vy65tNr5FlQ – Jackie Hill (2)
http://youtu.be/m51iLNMcYGk – Minister Joshua Anderson
http://youtu.be/lq6pea_R6_E – Pastor Jim Domen
http://youtu.be/7wObkgok76M – Janet Boynes
http://youtu.be/Nj0XPydqsL8 – Vicky Duffy
http://youtu.be/kdFWDUW8fWo – Pastor Deiman Ariza
http://youtu.be/MBDGzWrudpU – Hector Gustavo Hno de Victor Manuelle
http://youtu.be/YHLHFhKurb4 – Pastor Carl Wright
http://youtu.be/4qFndrVwxqs – MichaelAngelo Gutierrez
http://youtu.be/tuS9WoiZJ_E – Rhetoric
http://youtu.be/LZiwf-bzYYI – Trace McNutt
http://youtu.be/omghIWf3yBM – Larry Rosalez-Lewis
http://youtu.be/Kc6ahJFE1_c – Randy Johnson
http://youtu.be/XF1ZbOMjg34 – Davon Johnson
http://youtu.be/gllqYDNII58 – Carlos
http://youtu.be/mInH0Ev5Ldo – Pastor DL Foster
http://youtu.be/GUjwgvF5yHY – Alberto
http://youtu.be/AAx3fDqwcxg – Jesus Carbonell
http://youtu.be/yvglt0ob6yI – Julie Lyons
http://youtu.be/Q8-jAHMTqSY – Arnaldo Rodriguez
http://youtu.be/zqaAzhrbRQ0 - Charlene Hios
http://youtu.be/AQpcBZRNktU - Monica Brown
http://youtu.be/1use9auy3wY – Wendell Bryant
http://youtu.be/aivnRkHgTfc – Bryn
http://youtu.be/-Wg3EfTW0RU- Linda Carter
http://youtu.be/aT3khRd9BD4 – Pastor Jodie Miranda
http://youtu.be/u3JkFQ3M86s - Jerome Young
http://youtu.be/6kX8BYrfw7s – Debbie
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xHFy-fkRdjc&feature=share – Robert Reschar
http://youtu.be/7sTNVcRpixI – Adam Hood
http://youtu.be/3yBvEggIhp0 – Pamela Ousley
http://youtu.be/j2hlCmS8Y_E – Ron Smith
http://youtu.be/FvX7Naz5wTE – Pastor Edmund Smith
http://youtu.be/bozvwvlyPBE – Annie
http://youtu.be/Y0J8F0J6sZAI – Martin Munoz
http://youtu.be/5ScuXjaMJ0s – Tashia A.
http://youtu.be/CpfJBPcZa8U – Marjorie Ellison
St. Louis native Jackie Hill uses her own life and experience to knock down a lie that found its way into a pop culture song. Homosexual activists have staked their entire social, political and religious argument on the unsubstantiated theory that homosexuals can’t change who they are.
Macklemore’s platinum-selling song “Same Love” suggests that homosexuals can’t change, but former lesbian spoken word poet Jackie Hill’s testimony contradicts this sentiment.
“Someone’s lying,” Hill told Wade-O Radio.
Billboard pegged “Same Love” as the “Gay Equality Anthem” after it rose into the top 20 on Billboard’s Hot 100 list following two gay marriage Supreme Court rulings earlier this summer. Here is how Macklemore concludes the first verse of the song.
“And I can’t change even if I tried, even if I wanted to,” starts the hook of “Same Love.”
Hill grew up in a fatherless home. As early as the age of four, she experienced gender confusion and felt like she should’ve been a boy. Her next birthday brought sexual abuse which only led to more misunderstanding.
By six years old, Hill began imitating male tendencies, even standing over the toilet to urinate. Homosexual desires emerged. She fondled girls on the playground as a kindergartener.
Homosexual dreams became frequent and Hill felt attracted to her female friends up until high school. No one knew. A sense of shame that haunted her since her sexual exploration on the playground kept her secret a secret.
A chance to share that secret surfaced at Hill’s senior homecoming when a girl who she had known since middle school flirted with her. Hill initially rejected the girl. Read the rest of the story.
The Macklemore song captures the hook of a lie that holds many in prison to their sexual brokenness. Jackie Hill is just one of countless homosexuals and lesbians who have stepped out to share their past brokenness and the change found at the foot of the cross.
There’s nothing like the testimony of someone who has witnessed and experienced something for themselves. Watch and listen to Chadwick Nelson’s story of pain and darkness contrasted against love and victory. From Jamaica, with love to all those who find it hard to believe that God can do what man says is impossible.
Editors Note: LaKenya Clanton is a property manager currently living in Florida. She’s been following Christ since 2007. She’s speaking out about her freedom from lesbianism because she wants others to know that questions and doubts no longer dominate her life. GCM Watch is exclusively publishing excerpts of her testimony. For the full testimony see note at the end of this article.
Until now, I have never confessed my greatest secret to anyone. For more than 25 years, I, firmly kept hidden the one thing about me that could change the way my closest friends, children, immediate and church family viewed me. This secret, that I am finally free to share with the world, is that I was gay and believed for more than a quarter of a century that I was born that way.
You may wonder why I kept my lesbianism a secret for so many years. Especially since, homosexuality is so widely accepted today and laws are always being modified in support of the Gay community. Truth is, I could never find peace with being who I was, because as a child, I learned early on that homosexuality was wrong, and if I dared embrace it, my final destination would be hell.
It is now, twenty-five years later and I am, finally, able to tell my story. I can, honestly, say any such testimony shared prior to now, would’ve been incomplete. It is as a result of God’s love, mercy, grace, and Spirit that this journey of hurt, pain, shame, loneliness, confusion, depression, yet understanding, conviction and deliverance, that I am able to stand with the full-backing of the Holy Spirit, share my testimony, and possess the unwavering power needed to withstand the type of fire that comes as a result of such a testimony. I know that from this point forward, my life will be under a microscope. But I welcome it. God has given me a testimony. I no longer struggle with the sin of homosexuality! I no longer feel imprisoned in my body, and, now, know for certain that I was not born this way.
I was 11 years old the first time I kissed a girl. Although homosexuality was becoming more and more acceptable in society, I couldn’t let go of the little knowledge I had about God. And that was that this (homosexuality) was something that He did not approve of.
For a long while, the fear of going to hell, especially, for something I should be able to control, governed my actions. Well, that, and, twice as much, the shame I would feel if people knew the truth. So, as you could imagine, I made every effort to conceal my desires. For a while, I was able to refrain from physically acting on my emotions. But that only lasted for a short while. By the time I was 14, I would find myself overwhelmed with lustful desires and consistently watching lesbian pornography in an effort to satisfy my flesh.
The transition to this alternative lifestyle wasn’t instantaneous. With every boundary I pushed, lesbianism consistently crept in. Yes, watching the porn made the doors to this life visible. But the doors were first opened when I learned that my best friend had these same feelings and, in confidence, admitted to me that she was bisexual. I, now, had someone with whom I could relate. Her confession somehow gave my desires validation or justification. Still afraid to tell her my true nature, I just pretended to be curious and eventually allowed her to guide me beyond the doorway and even deeper into this seductive lifestyle.
Before I knew it, I was in a sexual relationship with a different woman. Every time we were together, it felt right. But, when apart, it was as if I had all my senses. I would question myself and God, wondering, “Is this real?” But it had to be! It felt too natural not to be – even more natural than being with a man.
Things soon began to accelerate quickly. I constantly found myself making excuses – justifying my behavior. My mind went from “I will never be with a girl” to “Ok, I’m with a girl but only this once”. I tried to convince myself that “It’s just sex”. But deep inside, I feared that it was more. I really tried to tell myself that the emotions I was experiencing was just surface. I really believed, at the time, that “I would not be with another girl” “Nor, would I ever be in a real relationship with a woman”. But, that wasn’t true. I was would soon be with yet another woman and in a homosexual relationship”. I was going deeper and deeper. And the longer I was with this woman, the more apparent it became that I could never be with a man again.
Throughout my process to freedom, contrary to what many may expect, never did God confront my homosexuality. Instead, he challenged the fact that I, like any other person, was born in sin and shaped in iniquity. Homosexuality was just one of the manifestations of my sinful nature and personal circumstances combined. God made me fully aware of my sin through his word; and, eventually, led me to realize that I was not born this way, but was motivated by the seducing spirit that was in harmony with my flesh.
Learning that this behavior wasn’t uncontrollable or innate, I began to question God even more. I wondered, “Lord, if I was not born this way, why do I still have these desires, even after the cross? Even after confessing my sin and living a life of denial?” Dealing with the mind games and the shame continued to hold me captive.
Even, by this time, knowing that I wasn’t born this way, in my heart, I made myself okay with the fact that I was going to die this way. Knowing I wasn’t born like this should’ve made things easier – gave me hope. But, it didn’t. I’d been robbed of the one excuse I had for not being able to control my behavior. Sure, I believed that God could free me but I couldn’t imagine how. I’d already given my life to Christ. I expected God to heal me immediately. But, he didn’t! And I didn’t know what else I needed to do to overcome. I had no point of reference to go to. There was no one that I knew personally that could walk me through this process. Though my Pastor, and those I valued, spiritually, knew of my past lifestyle, I still felt alone. I wasn’t ashamed to tell them that I was gay as much as I was to share that, even after all these years post salvation, I still feel perverted in my mind. What would they think if they knew that there were nights when I would just cry because I couldn’t understand why these feelings wouldn’t go way?
What felt like breaking, was part of God’s plan. Without even realizing, my healing process had begun. But freedom wouldn’t come without God, first, revealing the root of my weakness – the culprit behind my sexual immorality. Through a series of messages, God allowed me to see that, what kept me bound by my own flesh and hindered me from moving forward in him, was un-forgiveness. Hard to believe that I, failing to pardon the behaviors and actions of those that wronged me, had caused me to become bitter and resentful, and to seek acceptance in hidden places. Unforgiveness had become the fuel that drove my lustful desires. It was “why” I was the way I was.
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