Viral Message: Muslim waitress Sallah al-Sallah took things farther than usual when she used it to take away the rights of 27 Christians, many of whom were children
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Viral message example- The meaning of “religious freedom” has been repeatedly perverted by liberal perverts over the years, but Muslim waitress Sallah al-Sallah took things farther than usual when she used it to take away the rights of 27 Christians, many of whom were children.
The St. Pleasant Allegorical Church of the Divine decided to do something nice for the people in the choir and take them out to dinner at the Waffle House in Arnbur, Michigan — but their fun evening took a horrible turn when they met al-Sallah.
The church group had called ahead to let the restaurant know they had a large party, but when they arrived they told Sallah their group name and she instantly became “combative” according to Pastor Joe Friedrichs.
“She told us she couldn’t seat us,” Friedrichs told the Arnbur Explorer in an interview published the day after the incident. ”
Viral Message Verification:- The news was published by a Satirical website The Last Line of Defense titled "BREAKING: Muslim Waitress Refuses To Seat 27-Person Church Group Because 'Religious Freedom'".
It is not true because The Last Line of Defense comes with a clear satire disclaimer at the bottom of their articles:
The use of humor, irony, exaggeration, OR ridicule to expose and criticize people's stupidity or vices, particularly in the context of contemporary politics and other topical issues.
If you disagree with the definition of satire or have decided it is synonymous with "comedy," you should really just move along.
Also there is no additional publication named "Arnbur Explorer" or a "St. Pleasant Allegorical Church of the Divine" (the name alone is a dead giveaway).
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