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Anti-Gay And “Not So Sweet” Cakes by Melissa Bakers Laugh At And Pray For “Ignorant” Gay Tweeters

Sweet Cakes

Anti-gay bakers Aaron and Melissa Klein of Sweet Cakes by Melissa who finally after 2 years paid the $136,927 fine for refusing a lesbian couple service  that covers the couple’s damages following the January 2013.

The Klein’s, have been given more than half a million dollars in donations, and payments in fees for performing at right-wing and hate group gathering like the Family Research Council’s yearly hatefest in Washington the Values Voters Summit.

Well the Klein’s it seems have taken a break from their Bigot Tour to make a video for the  Heritage Foundation’s Daily Signal, in which Aaron and Melissa Klein read “mean tweets” while laughing and mocking their “ignorant” critics, and telling viewers they “pray for” those who are opposed their “KKK-ristianity”.


CBS’s “Two Broke Girls” Takes On The FRC, AFA, and Anti-Gay Bakeries In “And The Inside Outside Situation”

Two Broke Girls

This week CBS’s irreverent hit show 2 Broke Girls, took the opportunity to take on and mock anti-gay businesses and hate groups like the FRC and AFA and the bigots that love them in the episode titled “And the Inside Outside Situation,”

Problems start when a “gender fluid” customer named “I” (Michael Cyril Creighton) stops by the walk-up window of the Max and Caroline’s cupcake business to pick up his/her order. When tols that the pretty pink cupcakes will become performance art after “I” inserts cocktail wienies in the middle of them to “challenge how we instinctively label one another,” Caroline is upset that the cupcakes will be tampered with.

While Max insists money is money, Caroline doesn’t want her cupcakes “defaced.” She tells “I” that she’s not comfortable selling them. As Max tells her to just bag the cupcakes (“Bag it!”) “I”  hears something else. And “I” accuses the girls of running a homophobic bakery.

Caroline: Sorry, but we’re just not comfortable selling you our cupcakes.

Max: He is right here. Bag it!

I: What did you just call me?
Caroline:  Oh, no. – Oh, no.

Max: No, no, no, no, no, no, no. I did not say the thing you thought I said. I didn’t even think it. In fact, I wasn’t listening to half that crap you said.

Caroline: She said, “Bag it,” with a B, as in boy– or not a boy.

I: Oh, I see what this is. This is just another homophobic bakery trying to deny service to people like me. Well, I don’t have to stand here to tell you how upset I am. That’s what Yelp is for

The next day the diner is empty and a protest begins in front of the bakery window with LGBT  chanting, “No cake equals hate!”

Even Sophie (Jennifer Collidge) has heard about it at her hair salon in midtown – after all news travels fast among the gay community. (Telegraph, Telephone, Tell a queen!) And shows them that her hair stylist ruined her hair so she left before it was done. (Insert Donald Trump hair here.)

Enter a hot friendly looking guy who offers a big order for cupcakes for a convention in town, as compensation for the business lost due to the boycott. He says however people run their business should be their own business. ! The organization? The Family Foremost Foundation (FFF). Brother Dan, the head of this fictional family values organization, begins to speak and the girls are shocked. He praises the girls for standing up to the “politically correct mafia” and showing what morals look like – not going along with “deviants, scientists and pot smokers.”

Brother Dan: Right now, all around the world, people are seeing what morals look like. These are the girls who are standing up against the deviants, the divorces, the scientists, the hop-hop lovers, and…the doobie smokers. 

Max: Whoa. I don’t like people or science, either, but ain’t nothing wrong with a righteous doob. 

Brother Dan: We need to show the world that we will not tolerate these deviants and these degenerates any longer! 

Max and Caroling finally get what the FFF is about and decide that no money is worth all this and get up to leave. Then Brother Dan announces he has a check for them as a show of gratitude. A $10,000.00 check. Caroline then tells Max it is ok to take it if “no one” sees it. . Alas, the event is being live-streamed around the world.

At this point the girls know what they have to do.  

You can live stream the episode at CBS.com by CLICKING HERE

Oregon Starts Legal Procedures To Get $135,000 Fine After Anti-Gay Bakers Refuse To Pay Damages

Sweet Cakes Refuses To Pay Fine

The Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries has decided to take legal action against the owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa, the bakery that refused to serve a lesbian couple after its owners Aaron and Melissa Kline have refused to pay the $135,000 the court ordered them to pay for breaking Oregon’s business anti-discrimination law.

The Klein’s were ordered in July to pay the money to Rachel and Laurel Bowman-Cryer for the emotional, physical and psychological damages they caused the couple by refusing them service.

But the Klein’s who have raised almost $500,000.00 from begging on various websites and by touring with the anti-gau hate group the Family Research Council remain defiante and will not pay.

According to Aaron Kline:

“There’s legal reasons and there’s also kind of personal reasons. If a civil court or a circuit court judge had made this order, I would consider it legally binding. But when a bureaucracy does it and I didn’t get due process, I don’t call it legally binding.  A bond is going to cost roughly $7,000. That’s $7,000 I’m never going to get back, even if I won on appeal. Should I have to pay $7,000? I don’t think that’s fair.”

The Klein’s who began the process of appealing the July after a stay was denied say they plan on using the money from the “fundraisers” to pay their bills and “bless” others, instead of paying $135,000 fine.

The Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries began the legal process to seize the money from Aaron and Melissa Klein last week