Florida police are investigating death threats to the owners of a bakery in Florida after a “Christian” pastor urged his followers to contact the bakery after they refused to bake a cake reading: “We Do Not Support Gay Marriage.”
Joshua Feuerstein encouraged viewers to call the bakery and and help “expose the hypocrisy” they’re supposedly engaging in. Well, in a parallel of what happened to Memories Pizza in Indiana, Cut the Cake ended up receiving quite a lot of angry messages, including death threats. Sharon Haller, who Feuerstein spoke to on the phone, said, “We started getting some hundreds of phone calls and making very nasty and negative gestures towards our business, towards us.” Feuerstein took down the video at their request, but Cut the Cake posted it online so people could see it, along with a GoFundMe page that has raised, as of this posting, over $2000.
Why do I suspect the death threats this bakery received are real since they have police reports to back them up compared with the alleged “threats” that Memories Pizza received.
Back2Stonewall .com contacted journalism college dropout Dana Loesch and “pompous bag of hate” Ben Howe of TheBlaze who championed the GoFundMe page for Memories Pizza after they closed their doors because they were “supposedly” getting death threats. And sked if they were going to start a GoFundMe page for the Cut The Cake Bakery in Florida?
Right-wing extremist KKK-ristain love and hypocrisy at its best!