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This is Grant Miller from Connecticut.
He’s the kind of douche waffle who makes people take pictures of him reading, so he can post it on Facebook and let people know that he reads books.
He appears to be some sort of activist and freelance writer, who has submitted work for the Huffington Post and USA Today. This USA Today:
So obviously America’s favorite complementary Motel 6 newspaper has high standards for who they let publish on their platform.
The other day he was in Cape Cod, getting some lunch at the Hearth n’ Kettle in Yarmouth, when he decided to victimize himself because he got his check before his food arrived, which obviously means the bartender is racist.
Instead of asking the bartender why she gave him the check before his food got there he elected to shame her on social media and label her as a racist. This woman, who probably doesn’t make that much money, particularly in Cape Cod in the winter, was just another person he could try to destroy in order to make himself relevant. After his first post he decided to double down and post the note that he left her.
And because he wanted to shame her equally across all platforms he went and did the same for his 171 followers on Twitter.
When I ordered my food, the server brought my check before the main course arrived. I looked down the bar and no one else had their check, and they almost finished eating. pic.twitter.com/7uHXlrlVH9
— G. Miller (@noapologies14) December 30, 2018
4/5(I forgot to number the last one).
Then I wrote this note on the back of my bill. I can't predict what people like this might do if I openly challenge them out of my home state, so this was the best way I could think of to give them a piece of my mind. pic.twitter.com/IrqXarDTPl
— G. Miller (@noapologies14) December 30, 2018
This isn't my first time. Servers gave me food to go when I didn't ask for it, served white people who came after me first, and seated me in the back in Chicago and NYC. Now this happens in Cape Cod. I'm sick of #racism like this, so now I'm photographing it.
— G. Miller (@noapologies14) December 30, 2018
For the record, I’m white as shit and this happens all the time when I order food at a bar. Pretty standard procedure. When you order your food you get the check. If you order more drinks after that they take the bill, throw it away, and give you a bigger bill. This actually happens more times than it doesn’t happen.
As for the people at the end of the bar who did not get their checks, all he had to do was simply ask and he probably would’ve been given a reasonable answer. But instead of doing that he elected to take to social media to paint himself as a victim of racism, because that’s what gutless cowards do instead of having an interaction with another human being who they don’t know in 2019.
Plus, this guy is just dying for someone to pay attention to him, and racism is the only way he knows how to do that. That’s because this guy is a cog in the racism-industrial complex. Everything he writes about on the HuffPost involves racism. If racism stopped existing tomorrow he’d have nothing to write about, and would have to get a real job. People like Grant Miller have to keep pushing the narrative that racism is everywhere for their own financial well being. He CONSTANTLY posts about it.
Not only that, he wants to let you know that he’s wicked brave, as he intentionally chooses to wear t-shirts that put his life in danger, and make him a target for being murdered by racist cops.
This guy is a Goddamn American HERO!! Everyone clap!!
He wants you to pat him on the back for being a social justice SOLDIER on social media, which is why he incessantly posts screenshots of his witty replies to Donald Trump and Tomi Lahren on Twitter, who never tweet back at him or acknowledge his sad, attention craving, irrelevant existence.
He also virtue signals a ton towards women, because he wants to prove that he’s one of the “good ones.”
His affinity for being new levels of woke on topics related to racism and sexism is what drives his fictional book series. Grant here recently published a hit series that is bound to make the New York Times best seller list. He wanted to make a bootleg Black Panther science fiction book that no one asked for or wanted to read. So he made some strong, black female protagonists, and really wants you to buy his books.
“My readers deserve my best.” Both of them.
“For a signed copy….” Hard pass.
You know it’s bad when you can’t even get any feminists to like your post so you have to tag them in the comments to get some kind of buzz going.
Although he does do autographed signings, but the problem is that no one shows up.
Hey Grant, you’re sitting in front of a mirror dude (at a fold out table with a fishy table cloth on it in case you spill your Spaghettio’s and leave a stain). This lets us see that you are signing that book for nobody. There’s literally no one there. No one wants to buy your book, never mind have you sign it. You’re just not that relevant, which is probably why you try to destroy small businesses – so someone will finally pay attention to you.
As you can see by looking at his hit books, “Strike the Mantis,” Achilla the Strong,” and “Operation Wolf Hunt,” he has a grand total of 3 customer reviews, and they’re all on the book he published in 2014.
Uncle Turtleboy’s has 69 (lol) and he published less than 2 months ago. Shocking because the book sounds riveting!!
Dr. Athena Johnson is no longer a respected activist in Bridgeport. She is a fugitive in South Africa whom the Skorupski Administration codenamed Black Wolf and labeled a wanted terrorist. As the president of the United States, Xerxes’ reach extends around the world, leaving Athena no option but to return home and take the country from him, but that is easier said than done. Xerxes has nearly limitless wealth, executive orders, a state-funded propaganda machine, and military weaponry at his disposal. Athena will rely on all her mental and physical training to survive Xerxes’ onslaught, but that may not be enough for an enemy who molded her home into a hostile nation against her. So she must find new ways to fight her enemies that could change her forever. Unless Athena stops Xerxes, her country as she knows it will cease to exist. If Xerxes captures her, he will alter the world’s power structure for the foreseeable future. Neither side can afford to lose, but there is one factor they can’t ignore. A wolf is always fiercest when it is cornered.
Yes, that’s right – he stole the antagonist’s name from 300, and he found a way to a way to make it terrible.
Here’s the worst part about this incident in the restaurant – he used it as an excuse not to tip.
And he made a point to mention that several times. He even tweeted about how he regretted not trying to refuse to pay the bill at all.
Oh, trust me. I left no tip. I hadn't thought about getting out of the bill though. Oh well.
— G. Miller (@noapologies14) December 31, 2018
Again, nothing bad happened to him. He just took a routine situation and pretended like it was racism.
He wanted to make it clear that he “took his sweet time” being waited on, knowing he wasn’t going to tip the working class woman who brought him his food and beverage.
But he got exactly what he wanted to get, that he couldn’t get from his crappy books – attention. Particularly from his friends, most of who seem to be woke white women on a mission to prove that they’re one of the “good ones.” Ya know, the kind of people who call themselves an “ally,” because they freak out and blindly believe everything non-white people say on social media. These people were tripping over themselves pretending to be the most outraged on his behalf.
I’m so sorry you’ve had to experience this ugliness.
– an ally 💛
— Gwen P (@txgt) December 31, 2018
Because the only white people who aren’t racist are the ones who refer to themselves as “allies” on Twitter.
Thank you for sharing this. Your calm and constructive response is to me incredible. Your decision not to more publicly out this place even more so. As a white male of some years it is hard to see my fellow countrymen so utterly ignore the immorality of this kind of conduct.
— Papajacksdca (@pjsandiegosdca) January 1, 2019
When your friend is treated differently by a server than anyone else in the restaurant, due to the colour of their skin, you know you will never dine at@HearthnKettle in Yarmouth MA. I like my food, racism free, thanks. #Restaurant #RacistDining #ShouldBeAshamedOfYourselves
— M R Field (@Mezmfield) December 30, 2018
SO ANGRY!! Look at me, racism upsets me!! Tell me I’m good!!
I retweeted you too!! I made a difference today on Twitter!!
I’M INFURIATED!!! Racism doesn’t just upset me – it INFURIATES ME!!!
Then he urged the mob to try to destroy this small businesses’ online reputation by leaving fraudulent reviews on Yelp for a restaurant they’d never been to.
When that didn’t work they went after corporate ownership.
They had no idea who to even be mad at when they made their outraged phone calls, and had to ask what gender pronouns they were supposed to use.
Imagine the bartender was a transgender woman? That’s literally her only way out of this – outranking him on the oppression meter.
Of course his primary reason for doing this was to get more followers, in the hopes that somebody, ANYBODY, would buy one of his books.
You get a follow from me hun 🙂
— Linda Connors (@Linda65542703) December 31, 2018
Grant kept tagging more people to get more attention to his faux-outrage, but the people he got the attention of were the good folks over at Hearth ‘n Kettle, because they were being attacked on social media, which directly threatens their livelihood.
Turns out there was a perfectly reasonable explanation after all.
Of course Grant could’ve discovered this if he had just called the manager, or asked ANYONE involved in this business why they did that. But it’s easier to post on social media, and attack a small business when you don’t have to do it to someone’s face.
He has discovered this now, and even admits that he might’ve been mistaken. But unlike his outrage posts accusing them of being racist, he has gotten a grand total of zero responses on this one.
So here it is…
Has anyone heard this before?
If this is true, I'm going to be really embarrassed, but I've eaten at bars for years and don't recall this. pic.twitter.com/UJ6hsh8kXZ
— G. Miller (@noapologies14) January 2, 2019
Because the mob has no interest in this story if the bartender isn’t racist. These people want racism to be everywhere.
The bottom line is he did this for two reasons:
- Gain relevance and attention/sell his book.
- To have an excuse not to tip.
These people are evil man. Small businesses are the heartbeat of the American economy. But Grant Miller views them as a useful tool to destroy in order to build his profile as an online freedom fighter. He knew exactly the reaction he would get, and he never once thought about the negative impacts it would have on the good people who run this business, as they try to make ends meet during the slow winter season in Yarmouth.