Skip to comments.Gay Coffee Shop Owner Forcibly Ejects Christian Customers for Their Beliefs
Posted on 10/06/2017 12:26:09 PM PDT by ForYourChildren
It turns out those who vehemently demand Christians be tolerant of their views and lifestyles, and force Christians to perform services under threat of legal retaliation are and I cant believe Im writing this intolerant of Christians, and refuse to provide services for them.
In a recently released video from the group Abolish Human Abortion, a pro-life advocacy group, a gay coffee shop owner can be seen berating, insulting, and forcing the removal of the Christian group because of their beliefs.
Caytie Davis and her fellows had been handing out pro-life pamphlets that targeted the homosexual community for the spread of the Gospel. I wont pretend that the pamphlets designs and words were fully geared for opening up discussion with the gay community without agitation first you can check out the pamphlet for yourself at The Liberator but the pamphlets blunt message aside, the group did not bring it into the coffee shop with them.
Davis and her fellow activists, seeking to relax after handing out pamphlets, went into Seattles Bedlam coffee shop. According to Davis, they didnt engage anyone, or as previously said bring any of their literature into the shop with them. They got their coffee, and went upstairs into the lounge area to relax.
Only minutes later, the owner of the coffee shop burst into the room and demanded they leave.
The video shows the Christian group attempting to reason with the coffee shop owner, but to no avail. In fact, it only seemed to make him angrier according to The Liberator, and soon the owner :
(Excerpt) Read more at redstate.com ...
With those flags (check spelling carefully dude) I would not even go in the front door.
Of course, nobody in there would.
(ha ha ha ha /// ha /// /// /// ha )
Name fits. BEDLAM. A British Insane asylum.
Nothing will come of this. No lawsuit. No jail time.
But refuse to bake a cake and you PAY big bucks.
.. but don’t tell the faggot you won’t bake ‘him’ a ‘wedding’ cake, or off with your head !
Homosexuals did run the violent enforcement wing of the Nazi party until Hitler had them executed, not for being gay, but because their policies were too extreme. I think the main policy was they wanted to run the military.
They should sue, lose the case, and use that as a precedent for every time a Christian business owner refuses service.
FYI __ Legal Action?
Why not see if the ACLU will defend their rights?
They should then sue the coffee shop owner for every dime he has.
“With those flags (check spelling carefully dude) I would not even go in the front door.”
Yup. Why patronize a “gay” business in the first place?
Of course they are, they suffer from mental disorders, that manifest themselves in their sexually deviate behavior... among many other things.
Its a mental disorder folks.... nothing more.
Every liberal is a violent totalitarian thug.
add to the top one:
1980: Just acknowledge we exist
Recent court precedent on our side for once.
Antifa central? Comet Pizza 2?
He/she/it hits them with he/she/it’s purse.
As conservatives, it is up to us to not stoop to the level of the left with respect to litigation and diminishing our rights. EVERYONE should have the right of free association— to include doing business with whom they please. Trump is already rolling back the restrictions on this right by removing “transgenders” as an additional protected class. Instead of trying to create more protected classes, we should push to eliminate them all.
People forget that it's explicitly stated that Christians are not prohibited from suing pagans, only other actual Christians.
So, they should sue his buttless chaps off.
Drink your coffee BLACK in that place.
NO “CREAM” ever!
“Name fits. BEDLAM. A British Insane asylum.”
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