Religious bakery owners refuse to bake a gay wedding cake; liberal media yawns

Because so many couples have their weddings catered by a small town neighborhood pizzeria (/sarc) a reporter asked the young 20-year-old daughter of the owner a "what if" question.  What if the pizzeria were asked to cater a gay wedding?  No, said the young lady.  Foaming at the mouth by liberals ensued, with a nice pushback by freedom-loving people.

So Steve Crowder decided  to ask for something more realistic – a gay wedding cake.  And off he went to a bakery owned by religious people and tried to order one.  He was refused.  He wrote about this refusal on his blog.  He podcast it.  YouTubed it.  And no one cared.  No marches, no protests. 

Why?  Hmmm.  Could it be because the bakery owners were Muslim?  And the bakery was in the "Muslim capital of the U.S." – Dearborn, Michigan?  

Gay wedding cakes!

Yes folks, I did this. I went there. You have this now.  As I was discussing on last week’s radio show/podcast

Actually, I taped this video a long time ago but due to audio corruption issues, was never able to upload it.  Now that my in-house whizz kid, Jared was able to salvage the footage, I am passing it onto you.

What do you think happens when a gay, like SUPER gay Crowder tries to get a super gay wedding cake baked at a Muslim bakery? I’m pretty sure you can guess, but you might as well watch this week’s adventure to Dearborn, MI to find out!  

The Muslim owners will undoubtedly now claim racism because no one is boycotting them and consequently an online monetary campaign in their honor has not been launched.  Oh, and New York State governor Andrew Cuomo (D) has not announced a travel ban to Michigan – or at least Dearborn – to protest.  Oh dear!

Liberal prejudice and hypocrisy are so ugly to behold.  

hat tip: Gateway Pundit

Because so many couples have their weddings catered by a small town neighborhood pizzeria (/sarc) a reporter asked the young 20-year-old daughter of the owner a "what if" question.  What if the pizzeria were asked to cater a gay wedding?  No, said the young lady.  Foaming at the mouth by liberals ensued, with a nice pushback by freedom-loving people.

So Steve Crowder decided  to ask for something more realistic – a gay wedding cake.  And off he went to a bakery owned by religious people and tried to order one.  He was refused.  He wrote about this refusal on his blog.  He podcast it.  YouTubed it.  And no one cared.  No marches, no protests. 

Why?  Hmmm.  Could it be because the bakery owners were Muslim?  And the bakery was in the "Muslim capital of the U.S." – Dearborn, Michigan?  

Gay wedding cakes!

Yes folks, I did this. I went there. You have this now.  As I was discussing on last week’s radio show/podcast

Actually, I taped this video a long time ago but due to audio corruption issues, was never able to upload it.  Now that my in-house whizz kid, Jared was able to salvage the footage, I am passing it onto you.

What do you think happens when a gay, like SUPER gay Crowder tries to get a super gay wedding cake baked at a Muslim bakery? I’m pretty sure you can guess, but you might as well watch this week’s adventure to Dearborn, MI to find out!  

The Muslim owners will undoubtedly now claim racism because no one is boycotting them and consequently an online monetary campaign in their honor has not been launched.  Oh, and New York State governor Andrew Cuomo (D) has not announced a travel ban to Michigan – or at least Dearborn – to protest.  Oh dear!

Liberal prejudice and hypocrisy are so ugly to behold.  

hat tip: Gateway Pundit