23 May 2016

Gays Usually Invent Stories To Get Money

A Loser Faggot
Most of the anti-gay stories and accusations featured in several major dailies in the United States are usually made-up, a complete fabrication and just plain and simple lies. The motivation ... satisfy the gay's greed for instant cash.

One good example of this is a story that came out of Texas that really takes the cake as far as plot twists go. A self-proclaimed gay pastor accused an Austin Whole Foods of writing "fag" on a cake he ordered. The company belied his accusation and revealed a video that shows how the cake was prepared.

Faced with a solid and clear evidence, the gay scammer had no recourse left but to withdraw his lawsuit against the company and issued a a public apology, which doesn't say much.

"Today I am dismissing my lawsuit against Whole Foods Market. The company did nothing wrong. I was wrong to pursue this matter and use the media to perpetuate this story," Jordan Brown said in an email to KXAN.

"I want to apologize to Whole Foods and its team members for questioning the company's commitment to its values, and especially the bakery associate who I understand was put in a terrible position because of my actions. I apologize to the LGBT community for diverting attention from real issues," he added.

Back in April, Brown, who is pastor and founder at the Church of Open (back) Doors, tweeted out a photo of a cake with "Love Wins Fag" written on it in frosting, writing, "That's not the cake I ordered, @WholeFoods and I am offended for myself & the entire #LGBT community."

A few days later, Brown filed a lawsuit against the company "for intentional infliction of emotion distress," a spokeswoman for Whole Foods said.

But the company responded with a statement saying that their bakery team member had written only "Love Wins," as requested, replete with security footage showing Brown purchasing the cake. In the footage, the label was on the top of the cake box — but in Brown's photo that he tweeted, it had been moved, suggesting that the cake had been altered after purchase.

The company said in April that it planned to "take legal action against both Mr. Brown and his attorney (Austin Kaplan)." But after Brown's apology, the company said it will drop the counter-suit, reports KXAN.

"We're very pleased that the truth has come to light," a Whole Foods representative said. "Given Mr. Brown's apology and public admission that his story was a complete fabrication, we see no reason to move forward with our counter suit."

However, pressure are mounting for the company to continue pressing charges. Online posts are peppered with questions like: "Why hasn't he been arrested for fraud?" and "I thought it was a crime to make knowingly false accusations for profit?"

It's about time to show everyone that these fags are nothing, but a small group of people who wants special privileges that will forces others to serve their whims and caprices, whichever they may be.