Another great example of why Obama will ultimately lose his war on cops. There just aren’t enough bad cops in America for the majority to buy into his racist, hateful propaganda…

A police officer’s act of kindness has gone viral after he decided to pay for the dinner of a couple who refused to sit next to him and his brothers in blue at a Pennsylvania restaurant.

Officer Chuck Thomas and three other officers were enjoying their dinner at the Eat’n Park diner in Waterfront when he noticed a couple who were supposed to be seated across from his group.
That’s when Thomas heard the man tell the waiter ‘I don’t want to sit there’, immediately drawing his attention.

‘We made eye contact, and his body language just told me that he wanted nothing to do with police,’ Thomas told ABC News.
It was the day after five police officers were killed during a protest in Dallas. Thomas, an officer with the Homestead Police Department, tried to reach out.

‘I looked over and said, “It’s okay sir. You won’t have to worry about it, we won’t hurt you,” Thomas told WTAE.

‘He looked at me hard again and said he’s not sitting here and walked away.’

The couple got moved to a table ‘completely opposite’ from where the officers were sitting. But Thomas wanted to do something after the Dallas tragedy.

Thomas decided to split the couple’s $28.58 bill with a fellow officer, even leaving the server a $10 tip, and made sure to scribble a message on their receipt.


‘Sir, your check was paid for by the police officers that you didn’t want to sit next to,’ it read. ‘Thanks for your support.’

A sever later revealed to Thomas that the couple had been ‘thrown back’ by his generosity, and ended up ‘chuckling’ when they saw the receipt. Via: Daily Mail


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