May 23, 2018
I don’t know about you guys, but when I go to McDonald’s and see a big booty black bitch working there, I’m just like “yeah, lemme get a coffee, two Quarter Pounders and a handful of that juicy black McAss,” then when they bring me out my sandwich I grind up on them, get a squeeze of them big floppy titties and slip a $5 bill in their bra.
There was never any protest or indication that I wasn’t supposed to be doing this. Just some comment like, “yall white boy be crazy.”
Up until today, I thought you were not only allowed to do this, but it was encouraged. I considered it part of the McDonald’s culture. I don’t eat fries, so in my mind, McDonald’s was always “burgers and black ass.”
Oh how wrong I was.
McDonald’s employees in nine cities have filed complaints against the fast-food giant, alleging they’re victims of sexual misconduct, a labor group said Tuesday.
Employees of at least 10 McDonald’s locations have filed complaints with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in the last several days, alleging sexual advances, lewd comments by supervisors and instances of inappropriate on-the-job behavior, the activist group Fight for $15 said in a statement Tuesday.
The group, which has long called on the company to set a $15 minimum wage, said in the statement that it plans to “challenge widespread sexual harassment faced by McDonald’s workers on the job across the country — including groping, propositions for sex and lewd comments by supervisors — that is all too often ignored by management.”
The complaints, filed by workers in several cities — including, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles and Miami — allege instances where employees said they notified management after experiencing sexual harassment but were brushed off, mocked or, in some cases, met with retaliation, including termination, according to the Fight for $15.
Among the complaints listed by the labor group were those of 15-year-old Breauna Morrow, a cashier in St. Louis, who said she reported a co-worker who had “repeatedly harassed her using graphic, sexual language,” but her “supervisors did nothing.”
“McDonald’s advertises all over television saying it’s ‘America’s best first job,’ but my experience has been a nightmare,” Morrow said in the group’s statement. “I know I’m not the only one and that’s why I’m speaking out, so others don’t have to face the harassment I’ve gone through.”
Tanya Harrell, a 22-year-old employee, told ABC News she’d reported that a co-worker at a New Orleans location had groped her, but instead of taking action, two store managers mocked her and told her “she was giving out sex appeal.”
Harrell, who said that she’d been harassed in two separate incidents by two different coworkers, said she did not feel safe at her job but couldn’t just quit because she cares for an ailing grandmother.
The Fight for $15 also alleged that managers at a Durham, North Carolina, McDonald’s told an employee that they wanted to have sex with her and even suggested a threesome with her and a coworker.
And, Kimberly Lawson, a 25-year-old crew member at a Kansas City, Missouri, site, said she’d actually shortened her work shift by an hour to avoid a manager who made lewd comments to her.
Fight for $15, with financial support from the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund, set up a hotline and encouraged other workers to contact them and have their complaints reviewed by attorneys.
“As the country’s second-largest employer, McDonald’s has a responsibility to set workplace standards in both the fast-food industry and the economy overall,” U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky, D-Ill., said in the statement. “The sexual harassment alleged by McDonald’s cooks and cashiers in these charges is unacceptable.”
You know, if I was cynical, I would wonder if we were not talking about McDonald’s culture, and actually talking about black culture, which happens to have a lot of overlap with McDonald’s culture for various… socio-economic reasons.
All 9 of the women filing complaints are “women of color.”
If I was ultra-cynical, I would wonder if this wasn’t an double-ultra-cynical move by the $15 minimum wage movement to connect their own social justice cause to more popular, trending social justice causes, namely #metoo and the racially-charged anti-Starbucks movement, in order to attempt to blackmail the fast food industry into enacting an economically unfeasible wage policy.
If I was willing to go down that kind of ultra-cynical route, I would note that the Jewish Congresswoman supporting this campaign is deeply involved in the ultra-kooky socialistic federal $15 minimum wage movement.
So it’s a good thing I’m not a cynical person, and instead willing to just take all of this at face value, believing whatever social justice narrative is being sold to me by the mainstream Jewish media.
The Truth About $15 Minimum Wage
As the Washington Post reported in June of last year:
When Seattle officials voted three years ago to incrementally boost the city’s minimum wage up to $15 an hour, they’d hoped to improve the lives of low-income workers. Yet according to a major new study that could force economists to reassess past research on the issue, the hike has had the opposite effect.
The city is gradually increasing the hourly minimum to $15 over several years. Already, though, some employers have not been able to afford the increased minimums. They’ve cut their payrolls, putting off new hiring, reducing hours or letting their workers go, the study found.
The costs to low-wage workers in Seattle outweighed the benefits by a ratio of three to one, according to the study, conducted by a group of economists at the University of Washington who were commissioned by the city. The study, published as a working paper Monday by the National Bureau of Economic Research, has not yet been peer reviewed.
On the whole, the study estimates, the average low-wage worker in the city lost $125 a month because of the hike in the minimum.
Basically, these types of planned economy programs, especially those which are inserted arbitrarily into an otherwise largely market-based economy, are always a complete disaster.
Furthermore, McDonald’s has already successfully tested stores run by robots, and a doubling of worker wages would make these the norm very quickly.
It’s almost like Jews are pushing for this minimum wage hike to remove colored people from the workplace, thus requiring a need for increased welfare programs, which then puts a higher tax burden on the white middle class.
But again – I’m no cynic.
I’m sure that it’s just that none of the Jews vicariously pushing for this federal minimum wage hike have actually read anything about how it is proven to affect the jobs market – which isn’t hard to believe when you understand that they have no idea that mass immigration from poor countries is the cause of low wages in the first place.
Jews are the single most wealthy and powerful group of people on the planet because they are genetically superior, having extremely high IQs, however, that doesn’t translate into knowing simple facts about reality, for some reason. To suggest that a ruling financial, corporate and political ethnic elite class which rules as a result of self-proclaimed genetic superiority should be aware of basic, commonly known and accepted facts isn’t simply cynical – it is pure hatred.