Gay Pastor Who Sued Whole Foods Over Cake Slur Just Admitted THIS!


Jordan Brown, a pastor and gay rights activist from Texas, has finally been forced to admit that the ‘hateful’ actions he reported and launched a lawsuit over had been fabricated.

Brown sued Whole Foods after claiming he had ordered a cake from the bakery and requested it contain the word ‘Love Wins’ at the top, only to find out the baker had added an extra homophobic slur.

The Political Insider’s own Soopermexican suspected something didn’t quite seem right with the good pastor’s story.

But there was just one little problem with his story!

It seems like the gay pastor actually opened up the box, added the slur himself, and then sealed it up again!!

Whole Foods even went so far as to release a video showing that the seal was on the top of the cake box, not on the bottom as the gay man later showed, and that he was looking right at the cake when he accepted it!!

In the face of overwhelming evidence, Pastor Brown has finally been forced to drop his lawsuit and apologize to Whole Foods.

Via The Blaze:

The openly gay pastor who ignited a firestorm when he sued Whole Foods over the claim that one of the supermarket chain’s stores sold him a cake with an anti-gay slur on it has officially dropped his lawsuit and apologized.

“Today I am dismissing my lawsuit against Whole Foods Market. The company did nothing wrong,” Pastor Jordan Brown said in a statement. “I was wrong to pursue this matter and use the media to perpetuate this story.”

He continued, “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.”

As reported by Soopermexican, the employee baking the cake just so happened to be a member of the LGBT community himself. The pastor had set up the baker in a false hate tale against the LGBT community. No doubt, had the story actually panned out, the Whole Foods employee would have been charged with a hate crime. Shouldn’t the pastor be treated the same way after making the baker an actual victim of a hate crime?

Whole Foods has come out the better person in this story, announcing that after Brown’s apology they would drop a counter-lawsuit over the matter.


Comment: Do you agree with Whole Foods dropping their lawsuit? Would the LGBT community have been so understanding with Whole Foods in their legal action? Share your thoughts below.

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