Gay Advocates Continue to Bully and Sabotage Christian Bakery Owners for No Gay Wedding Cake
It’s been months but the Christian couple who refused to bake a wedding cake for a two lesbians have been under fire. In fact, the bakery owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa bakery in Gresham, Ore., are now facing new attacks from gay advocates whom they say are determined to run them out of business.
Though Melissa and her husband Aaron Klein received much positive support for their stance, that has fizzled and gay activists are trying to run them out of business.
“I feel like all these media people — they have not gotten our story — our actual story. And what we’re really about and why we said no,” said Melissa Klein in TheBlaze report. “Everyone is looking at us like we’re these hateful monsters that don’t want to serve gay people.”
Last Monday, the Willamette Week in an undercover operation reported that while they were refusing to cater for gay weddings, the Sweet Cakes owners were recently willing to provide baked goods celebrating divorces, unmarried parents, stem-cell research, non-kosher barbecues and pagan solstice parties.
The report, according to TheBlaze, reignited passions among gay advocates who have reportedly called for Aaron Klein to be shot and raped through caustic telephone calls and e-mails. Some of the e-mails shared in the report even called for illness to befall the couple’s five children.