HIDDEN CAM: Gay Wedding Cakes at Muslim Bakeries?

Will Muslim bakeries make a gay wedding cake? Surpriiiise!

h/t DR

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Can we call them the Gay-K-K yet?

    Yes I stole that, but I ain’t telling you from where.

    • I say yes we can.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      No honour among thieves.
      I’m taking it from you.

  • Surele Surele

    Ha, caught in the action… and…. crickets?

  • El Martyachi
  • cmh

    this is all funny and fine but when will the homosexual in this film file a legal complaint against this muslim bakery? what’s the use of the secret filming if you are not going to use it?

    • One day.

    • kkruger71

      Well Crowder isn’t gay and as he said in the video he has no interest in seeing anyone, Christian or Muslim, being prosecuted for this as they are all within (what should be) their rights to refuse.

  • Where are the professional gays on this?

    It’s time to sit back with the snack and beverage of your choice and watch this unfold.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Determining the hierarchy of human rights and victim status is the most important and pressing issue of our time.
      Doncha know?

  • kkruger71

    So glad Crowder is back doing these vids.

  • BG

    Someone needs to post a link to this in this in the comments sections of all the self-righteous Salon articles about Memories Pizza. I would but I’m banned. It would be worth the effort just for the pleasure of watching all the leftist hypocrites scramble to justify their hypocrisy. Anyone?

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I went to a gay wedding last week and ate the best pizza.
      No, I didn’t.
      And nobody else did.

  • I think in a way the most disturbing thing about this argument or whatever you want to call it is the notion that only religious people have a right to exercise a conscience, and only on religious grounds.

    I’m not religious and I’m absolutely opposed to gay “marriage”, for several reasons. (If I owned a bakery and some wanted a gay “wedding” cake I doubt I’d have a problem with that, but, you know, hobgoblins, small minds etc.)

    Private businesspeople must be allowed to refuse service for any reason at all, without needing to provide an excuse.

    • G

      Bake the damned cake and fill it full of chocolate Ex-lax and other unexpected little goodies that will brighten their day.

      • Poisoning people is only sometimes a solution to life’s problems. 🙂

    • canminuteman

      Totally agree. Sometimes business people have problem clients and they decide that it isn’t worth doing business with them anymore. How is this any different?

  • pork

    Gay people love Muslims as they are a minority like homosexuals in Canada.

    We should all go and request gay cakes in Muslim bakery and sue them for discrimination if they object.

  • The Western fags are the new Nazis. That’s what will happen if they have their way in other parts of the world (though that’s very unlikely, the North American and Western European political correctness is a unique mental disorder).

  • mauser 98

    GoFund has raised $300,000+ for Indiana bakery shut down by bigots

  • bob e

    commenters in rare form tonite ..

  • Thinking From First Principles

    We probably all need to take a deep breath and really think this through before we get what we hope for, and it’s not what we really wanted …
    Christians are looking at this law with tunnel vision. The logic of this law would allow any Muslim business to refuse service to customers not wearing a burka, and on and on and on with every aspect the Sharia controls on human behavior. This would include all of those cases where Muslim cab drivers refuse service to people with dogs, including service dogs. Is this really what we want? I think not.
    So please let’s realize that objections to this law are not just anti-Christian rhetoric. Some may be, but there are other legitimate perspectives that we are not hearing through the din. Issues like this, of competing interests, do not lend themselves to absolutes.
    Personally, I am a Christian. Christ was clear that we are to love the LORD with all our heart, mind, and soul, and love our neighbor as ourselves. And I am a sinner, and know all too well that “the wages of sin is death.” I thank God every day that ” the free gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.” We are ALL sinners. Like it or not, believe it or not, we are ALL in the same boat. So why the outrage over this particular sin and not the ones that the rest of us do?
    Personally, I would hang signs like: “This is a Christian business. We love you as our customer and appreciate your business. Ask us about Jesus – we’d love to share!” and “Free box of Gospel tracts with every “sinful” delivery.” Use the opportunity to share the Word.

    • Clink9

      They would just firebomb a place with that sign.