Gay Pastry Chef Takes on Gay Bullies. . . Calls Them ‘Nazis’

A self-admitted gay pastry chef denounced fellow homosexuals, “calling them ‘Nazis’ for bullying Christian bakeries to make their wedding cakes, saying the Christian bakers are not obligated to render service to them.”

Jesse Bartholomew’s comments come as a response to the $135,000 fine levied against Sweet Cakes by Melissa by some pseudo-“you-hurt-my-feelings” anti-discrimination legal venue because the owner “did not agree to bake a wedding cake for lesbians Laurel and Rachel Bowman-Cryer, saying doing so would violate their faith.”

With all the Cnfederate flag flappery going on, I wonder what would happen if a black-owned bakery was asked to make a Confederate themed cake and refused. We all know the answer.

“I cannot tell you how disgusted I am with my fellow gay and lesbian community that they would stoop so low to force someone to bake a cake for them who simply doesn’t agree with them. They don’t have to bake a cake for you,” said Jesse Bartholomew in a video he posted on his Facebook account.

“So, you’re going to say that you want to force someone who doesn’t want to bake a cake for you? There’s no other bakers out there?” he asked.

Bartholomew said homosexuals who are forcing Christian bakers to make their cake are acting like bullies.

“You are forcing someone. You are being a Nazi and forcing someone to bake a wedding cake for you when there are hundreds of other gay and lesbians that would gladly have your business. Shame on you,” he said.

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