Honestly, the U.S. government constantly being a chaotic sh*tshow makes more sense now that we know the FBI doesn’t even have a concept on how lines work. It’s pretty simply: When there are a lot of people who want something from the same place that only has one person who is able to give you that something, then you wait your turn in line. What’s not to get?
Well, small business owner Chris Bautista recently went viral for his story of the FBI scamming his small food truck business out of $300. The FBI hired him to serve about 200 FBI agents, and with a basic functioning brain, you’d understand that 200 people + 1 server = a long line. However, the FBI agent that arranged for his truck to come was completely shocked when he saw a line at all. He wanted “hot food served to order” but he want “no line.” Bautista was confused that he had to explain to this high-level U.S. government agent how lines worked, but he also tried to negotiate with him.
The FBI agent threw a complete Karen-level tantrum, shouting out insults, and demanding Bautista cut $300 off of the bill. Bautista tried to reckon with him and get him to understand how messed up it was to scam a small business out of $300 for something like “the line is too long”—especially when he was from a large government organization.
Unfortunately, the FBI won, and Bautista ended up getting scammed out of $300. He did his job exactly how he was supposed to and very professionally. He arrived on time, he made the food to order, nice and hot, and yet the this entitled Karen government official still got his way.