Waitress gets slammed for posting 'Bush did 9/11' tweet

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George W. Bush Leaves Generous Tip, Gets Insulted on Twitter by Waitress

Any adult working as a server in the restaurant industry knows -- #TheStruggleIsReal. So imagine if a notable, high-profile person is seated right in your section ...


Talk about having a special guest over for dinner.

Well, the former first family's server not only documented the #blessed experience (the former president left the waitress a $40 tip on a $21.47 check) but also decided to reference the once-viral "George W. Bush 9/11" conspiracy theory -- all in one tweet.

Woah girl.

In case you are not familiar with the faux-9/11 conspiracy theory, the phrase "George Bush did 9/11" is commonly used on the Internet to make fun of 9/11 conspiracy theorists who believe the government was behind the attacks.

After the post went viral, she quickly retracted her statement with this explainer:

And this folks, is another lesson that everything you put on the Internet will haunt you forever.

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