Not even in moonbatty Austin are persons of preferred sexual preference safe from harrowing hate crime:
Texas pastor and founder of the Church of Open Doors Jordan D. Brown tweeted a photo Monday of a cake he had allegedly picked up from a local Whole Foods, saying, “That’s not the cake I ordered, @WholeFoods and I am offended for myself & the entire #LGBT community.”
The cake in the photo had “Love Wins Fag” written on it in frosting — a message that would likely be upsetting to many.
The easily traumatized are advised to shield their eyes. The cake:
— Jordan D Brown (@PasJordanBrown) April 18, 2016
As you have probably already guessed, the supposed hate crime appears to be yet another hoax.
In a statement on their website, Whole Foods maintained that the request had been for a cake that said “Love Wins,” and that’s what the customer got.
The statement proudly avers that the P.C. suits running Whole Foods “stand behind our bakery team member, who is part of the LGBTQ community.”
Whoops, the accused cake maker is a deviant too. Not that anyone would believe Brown’s laughable allegation anyway.
Brown’s congregation, Church of Open Doors, bills itself as a “place where all can experience God” and “LGBT friendly.”
Apparently the congregation has been a little thin, so Brown set out to acquire some sympathetic publicity. Like the concept of a sin-friendly church, his effort can be summed up with the word FAIL. But at least he made the Hate Hoax List.
On tips from Henry, Jack S, and Wilberforce.
Good for Whole Foods: they are planning to take legal action against the hoaxer. The golden era of hate hoaxes may be coming to an end.