Oh here we go – “they are persecuting me because of my faaaaaaaaith when I all I want to do is say God hates everyone I disapprove of.”
A Colorado bakery is under investigation for religious discrimination after a baker refused to write anti-gay words on a cake.
In March of 2014, a customer named Bill Jack requested several cakes in the shapes of Bibles from the Azucar Bakery in Denver, Colo., according to the bakery owner, Marjorie Silva.
Silva says Jack pulled out a piece of paper with phrases like “God hates gays” and requested her to write them on his cakes.
A Fred Phelps wannabe; just what this world needs.
“After I read it, I was like ‘No way,'” Silva said. “‘We’re not doing this. This is just very discriminatory and hateful.'”
In a statement to 9NEWS Jack said, “I believe I was discriminated against by the bakery based on my creed.”
As a result, Jack filed a complaint with the Civil Rights division of the Department of Regulatory Agencies.
I’m betting that’s what he did it for. I’m betting it wasn’t his little nephew’s birthday, I’m betting he didn’t order that cake for his little nephew’s birthday, I’m betting he ordered the cake in hopes of being refused so that he could make a stink and get attention. Ok, Bill Jack, we see you. You’re an odious little turd.
Jack is a founder of Worldview Academy, which is a “non-denominational organization dedicated to helping Christians think and live in accord with a Biblical worldview,” according to the organization’s website.
Jack’s biography on the website says he is currently an educator who used to teach in public schools in the past, adding that he has appeared on numerous national radio and TV programs.
An educator? I seriously doubt that. I seriously doubt that he ever educated anyone.
Gotta take a look at that “academy”…