A Seattle coffee shop owner kicked out a group of Christians from his shop last week because their presence was “offensive” to him.
Why were they there?
The Christian group had been handing out booklets to Seattle citizens talking about sin, the Bible, and abortion. The Liberator reports the group wanted to take a break, so they stopped for coffee at Bedlam Coffee. According to the report, one of the baristas notified the owner what the Christian group had been doing outside on the streets of Seattle, and he didn’t like what he heard.
What did the owner say?
In the video, the owner approaches the Christian group and says:
“I’m gay, you have to leave. This is offensive to me. I own the place. I have the right to be offended.”
The group tried to tell the owner they didn’t leave any of their pamphlets in his shop, but the owner wasn’t buying it, repeatedly telling them to “shut up,” adding:
“There’s nothing you can say. This is you and I don’t want these people in this place.”
Things got extraordinarily vulgar when the group asked the owner why he was so opposed to their presence in the shop. He responded:
“Can you tolerate my presence? Really? If I go get my boyfriend and f**k him in the a** right here you’re going to tolerate that? Are you going to tolerate it? Answer my f***ing question! No, you’re going to sit right here and f***ing watch it! Leave, all of you! Tell all your f**king friends don’t come here!”
That’s when the group started to grab their things to leave when one of the women in the group directly told the owner:
“Just know that Christ can save you from that lifestyle.”
The owner responded:
“Yeah, I like a**. I’m not going to be saved by anything. I’d f**k Christ in the a**. Okay? He’s hot.”
The American Civil Liberties Union has stayed quiet on the issue. The ACLU in the past has represented gay couples in lawsuits against Christians in the past who refused certain services to them. In one such lawsuit, the ACLU of Colorado represented two gay men, David Mullins and Charlie Craig, who asked Masterpiece Cakeshop to bake a cake for their wedding. When Jack Phillips, the owner, declined, citing his religious beliefs, the two men decided to sue the bakery owner. Attorney Amanda C. Goad is attorney with the ACLU Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender Project, said about the case:
“While we all agree that religious freedom is important, no one’s religious beliefs make it acceptable to break the law by discriminating against prospective customers. No one is asking Masterpiece’s owner to change his beliefs, but treating gay people differently because of who they are is discrimination plain and simple.”
The cake case is now before the Supreme Court.
The video [see below] published by the Facebook account Abolish Human Abortion has been viewed over 400 times as of Sunday night.
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Posted by Abolish Human Abortion on Sunday, October 1, 2017