Gay Colorado Bakery Found NOT GUILTY Of Discrimination For Refusing To Write “God Hates Gays” On Cake



To “prove a point” that gays discriminate against “Christians” a good ole’ Christian named Bill Jack (I kid you not) walked into the  Azucar Bakery, outside of Denver, and tried to order a Bible-shaped cake with the words “God Hates Gays” and an image of two men holding hands with a big X over them. The bakery refused. So Bill Jack  filed a complaint, alleging discrimination “based on my creed.”s when Azucar Bakery refused to write the  gay slurs on the cake.

Well the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies has on ruled that the cake shop had every right not to make the cakes on the grounds that the message on the cakes would be “derogatory.”Marjorie Silva, the owner of the bakery said she would make the cake, but declined to write his suggested messages on the cake, telling him she would give him icing and a pastry bag so he could write the words himself. Silva said the customer didn’t want that.

In its ruling, the state determined that because Silva would have responded to any other customer the same way, the bakery didn’t refuse service because of the customer’s religion.
Bill Jack (LOL) it turns out is a founder of Worldview Academy, a “non-denominational organization dedicated to helping Christians think and live in accord with a Biblical worldview,”
Prepare for the cries of victim-hood from from the religious right extremist.
Oh, let them  eat cake. ….. or not.

Source: LGBTQNation

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