If you stay in a glass house, you should not cast stones. That saying has yet resurfaced again, after New York Police falsely accused Shake Shack Employees for poisoning their shakes.
After a investigation into the matter, it was found that the employees did not poison the officers shakes, but a toxic substance containing cleaning solution accidentally made it’s way into the officers shakes, according to the NYPD endowment page.
Usually we are always told wait until the investigation is done before casting judgement, but yet the department failed to take it’s own advice. Quite interesting.
Shockingly, the same department that made these ill-informed allegations against Shake Shack has a past of its own.
The same social media page falsely accused Former QB and activist for the Black Lives Movement Colin Kaepernaick, claiming the star QB falsely schemed against the department for the purpose of advancing his career stating,
“Nike announced it is featuring The “Take a knee qb” Colin Kaepernick for their “Just Do It” campaign; His skills abandoned him and he tried to reinvent himself by blaming America’s police”
The same department continued their racist sentiments by calling for a boycott of all Nike products stating,
“Americans who appreciate cops and what our flag stands for should boycott Nike products”
Ultimately the page is revealing the investigation is still ongoing but no criminal activity was found.
Flip the page to see the ill informed tweets from the NYPD.