It was 2014 when a Christian-owned business, a bakery in this case, declined to make a cake for a homosexual wedding. Rather than simply take their business to some other bakery that would’ve been happy to accept their money and make the cake, the couple lawyered up and in unison with several liberal civil rights organizations sued the owner of the shop.
Jack Phillips of Lakewood Colorado, was told by a United States court of law that he must bake the cake for the couple and ordered to take sensitivity training classes with one of the complainants saying, “What should have been a happy day for us turned into a humiliating and dehumanizing experience because of the way we were treated.”
That’s how it went down when the left shoe was on the Christian foot, and the right on the homosexual. A recent incident in Seattle has reversed those roles and guess what?
American Action News has broken a story and video about a small group of Christian patrons who were in one of the heavily liberal city’s many coffee establishments when its gay owner discovered who they were. Witness the blatant hypocrisy that ensued.
*OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE WARNING* (because, as usual, angry liberals cannot express themselves without excessive use of the f-word)
Angry homosexual kicks Christian customers out of coffee shop. WARNING! This video includes extremely graphic, hate-filled, blasphemous language.Watch and Share before Facebook takes it down! And let us know what YOU think.
Posted by Abolish Human Abortion on Sunday, October 1, 2017
“Over the past 15 years, nationwide attention has routinely focused on gay couples asking Christian bakeries to bake wedding cakes—but one man seems unlikely to return the favor.
A coffee shop in Seattle, whose owner happens to be gay, refused service to a group of Christians who had come in for a cup of joe after leading a pro-life protest.
The group, which had been respectfully engaging people in Seattle for several days and handing out literature in the streets, stopped into Bedlam Coffee for a drink.
Soon after, the owner of the cafe approached the group—saying that he found one of their pamphlets on the ground outside and that they would have to leave.
“We were all taken aback because we had no idea what he was talking about,” said group member Caytie Davis, according to The Liberator. “None of us had dropped anything in the store. But we told him yes, it was one that we had been handing out in the city and asked where he’d found it. He told us he found it outside.”
When the group asked why the owner refused to serve them, he told them he found the pamphlet offensive.
After a tense argument with the coffee shop owner, the group agreed to leave. Of course, they found the discriminatory behavior they encountered very hypocritical, but everyone was emphatic that they didn’t want to see Bedlam Coffee driven out of business.
“They had good coffee,” Davis added. “It’s just too bad the service sucked.”
So I don’t like what you stand for and I find you offensive so therefore I don’t want you in my place of business. Sure is nice when you can have one set of standards for yourself and another for everyone else, ain’t it?
NOTE: This article was written by Derrick Wilburn, Founder and Chairman of the Rocky Mountain Black Conservatives, and a speaker, author, columnist and analyst for multiple print and broadcast media outlets. Follow him on Facebook and at RMBlackConservatives.com.]