SCOTUS Rules in Favor of Oregon Bakers Who Refused to Make a Cake for Gays

Via Gatewaypundit

The Supreme Court on Monday tossed out a lower court ruling against two Oregon bakers who had refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple.

The case involved Melissa and Aaron Klein of Oregon, who shut down their small bakery after a state agency fined them $135,000 for refusing to bake a wedding cake for two lesbians. The agency said the Kleins had violated the state’s public accommodation law.

The Kleins, though, cited their Christian beliefs as the reason they would not provide services for the gay couple. The case followed another from last year, in which Supreme Court justices ruled in favor of a Colorado baker.

The high court sent the Klein case back to a lower court “for further consideration in light of” their Colorado decision.

The Oregon case involved Rachel Bowman-Cryer, who went to the Sweet Cakes by Melissa in Gresham, Oregon, in January 2013 and inquired about a wedding cake. When Aaron Klein asked for the name of the groom, Bowman-Cryer said there wasn’t one. Klein told her the bakery does not bake cakes for gay weddings.

The Kleins were ordered to pay $135,000 to the couple for “discriminating against them in violation of a state public accommodations statute,” Fox News reported. The couple was forced to shut down their bakery.

……Last June, the high court delivered a similar victory to Jack Phillips, the owner of Masterpiece Cake Shop in Colorado. The justices sent that case back to a lower court “after finding the Colorado Civil Rights Commission had acted with religious animus when investigating the baker’s actions,” the Washington Post reported.


The gay bullies who shut down Masterpiece Cakeshop in Colorado got bitch slapped, too.

Jack Phillips, the owner of the Masterpiece Cake Shop,  was perfectly willing to sell the gay couple, David Mullins and Charlie Craig, a cake.  But, due to his religious beliefs, he couldn’t decorate it with a gay wedding theme.  The Colorado “Civil Rights Commission” forced him to stop baking. Period. The LGBT nut bags engaged in a campaign to destroy his business.  He also refused to make Halloween and divorce party cakes, but he never caught any flak for that. It’s all based on the selective outrage of groups who politicize their personal habits and opinions.

The same thing happened in Oregon with Sweet Cakes by Melissa.  Aaron and Melissa Klein, the owners of the shop, were bombarded with death threats and hounded in social media.  After months of litigation, they decided to close up the business and move it to their home.

They deliberately target shops they know will decline their demands.  The fucking sissies don’t have the guts to try that shit with a muslim bakery.



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