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Apr. 20, 2016
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Hot on the heels of an Inn owner being ordered to pay over $80,000 to a gay couple who shopped around for a sucker they could sue for "discrimination," a gay black pastor out of Austin appears to have concocted a similar scheme.
Pastor Jordan Brown of the Church of Open Doors claims he ordered a cake from Whole Foods with the text "Love Wins," but instead received a cake reading "Love Wins Fag."
Whole Foods apologized after he initially complained and said they'd fire whoever was responsible, meanwhile Pastor Brown made a YouTube video laying out how he was supposedly discriminated against:
Brown quickly contacted the Kaplan Law Firm in Austin and filed suit against Whole Foods claiming he suffered "mental anguish" just four days after the incident.
Here's the problem: the whole incident appears to have been a big fat scam.
Whole Foods investigated the initial claim and released this statement:
Our team member wrote “Love Wins” at the top of the cake as requested by the guest, and that’s exactly how the cake was packaged and sold at the store. Our team members do not accept or design bakery orders that include language or images that are offensive. Whole Foods Market has a zero tolerance policy for discrimination. We stand behind our bakery team member, who is part of the LGBTQ community, and the additional team members from the store, who confirmed the cake was decorated with only the message “Love Wins.”After further investigation, Whole Foods decided to file a countersuit against Brown for "intentionally, knowingly and falsely" accusing Whole Foods of writing the slur on his cake.
"After reviewing their security footage of Mr. Brown, it's clear that the UPC label was in fact on top of the cake box, not on the side of the package [as was shown in Brown's video]," Whole Foods said.
[Note: Brown appears in the bottom right. The cashier can be seen scanning the UPC on the top of the cake at the 0:09 mark.]
"This is evident as the cashier scans the UPC code on top of the box, which you can view here."
Whole Foods is asking for at least $100,000 in damages.
Today, it came out Brown himself was sued just six weeks ago for defaulting on $27,000 in student loans.
All the evidence indicated this is just the latest in a now endless stream of hate crime hoaxes.
Just yesterday, I reported how 25-year-old Kayla McKelvey, a black female student at Kean University, was behind a series of fake death threats sent to fellow students and police. She allegedly posted the threats under a fake twitter handle to get people to show up to her rally on "racial injustice."
Earlier this month, a Muslim woman claimed a "white man" slashed her face with a knife and called her a "f**king terrorist."
It turned out she made up the whole thing and slashed herself.
Two months ago, three black students at the University at Albany claimed they were "jumped" on a bus by people who called them the "n-word," video from the bus's surveillance equipment indicated they made up the assault and were in fact the aggressors.
The "oppression olympics" is now culminating in an endless series of fake hate crimes seeking to cash in on white guilt.
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