Pastor Greg Locke addressed the gay community in a Dec. 6 Facebook video post, “The LGBTABCDEFG – or whatever the foolish acronym is at this particular point,” saying they’ve gone “overboard” with their pursuit of the Colorado cake controversy that’s gone all the way up to the U.S. Supreme Court.

The Trump-loving pastor says he’s tired of the “homosexual cake-baking nonsense” and that cakeshop owner Jack Phillips is just part of a wider trend of Christian and evangelical business owners being “targeted” across the country.

The potentially landmark civil rights case centers around the religious freedom of the Christian small business owners’ right to refuse making the cake for the gay couple’s wedding ceremony. While on the other hand, the couple argues Phillips’ refusal to make the cake is outright discrimination rather than a First Amendment-protected religious conviction.

The SCOTUS case, Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, is a legal battle that stems from a 2012 incident in which two men, Charlie Craig and David Mullins, walked into Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, Colorado, and store owner Jack Phillips refused to make their cake because he does not support gay marriage.

Locke sees things differently than the couple and the court system.

“They have fake outrage, selective drama,” Locke continues in his address to the gay community at large. “Why don’t they get up and go try that nonsense at a Muslim bakery? See if they get their tails thrown out in the street and see what happens then. They wouldn’t be suing them.”

He also defended Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore from accusations of sexual misconduct with minors prior to Moore’s loss to Democrat Doug Jones last week.

The controversial pastot blamed Democrats for trying to “burn the Constitution and this nation to the ground” while “limp wristed preachers” fail to speak out against what he sees as a national pro-gay agenda.

DEAR GAY WORLD, GO TO A MUSLIM BAKERY WITH YOUR FAKE OUTRAGE. #PleaseShareThis

Opslået af Pastor Greg Locke på 6. december 2017