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What Happens When a Christian Man Asks Gay Bakers to Make a Cake for a Traditional Marriage Celebration? Watch to Find Out

December 14, 2014 by SIERRA MARLEE (h/t to Wayne Dupree)

The mainstream media has done a lot of reporting on Christian bakers refusing to provide their services to those engaging in a gay marriage. These bakers have been called “bigots”, “fundamentalist wackos”, “homophobes” and many other invectives for simply adhering to their principles. They become the target of discrimination lawsuits that some didn’t have the funds to fight. These suits have put many bakeries out of business, eliminating the income of the owners. All of this because of an agenda that states everyone must share the views of an extreme minority or risk persecution.

But what happens when the tables are turned? Theodore Shoebat wanted to find out. After spending quite some time calling various gay bakeries asking if they would bake a cake for a traditional marriage ceremony, he quickly found out that tolerance is a one-way street in their eyes. Shoebat was cursed at, screamed at, and met with animosity, but the frosting on the cake as when he was asked why he would make such a request, as it would go against the beliefs of the baker. Sound familiar, anyone?

[GRAPHIC LANGUAGE WARNING] You can watch the videos below:

For further hilarity, part two is below:

Well that’s not very tolerant of them. Luckily for them, Mr. Shoebat isn’t going to take them to court and force them to go against their beliefs to make him his cake. It really just goes to show how hypocritical these people are, and how they say everyone should be equal, but don’t practice what they preach.

original article: What Happens When a Christian Man Asks Gay Bakers to Make a Cake for a Traditional Marriage Celebration? Watch to Find Out

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2 Responses

  1. You say in your post, “asked to bake a cake for a traditional marriage ceremony”, but the video says, “ask… for a cake that says ‘gay marriage is wrong'”.

    Do you understand the difference?

    Why would anyone want a cake inscribed “gay marriage is wrong” anyway?

  2. He’s “pro-traditional marriage”. Well, I am pro traditional marriage. Most gay people are. We don’t understand how anyone imagines that being in favour of traditional marriage might mean being against gay marriage. Could you explain?

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