Christian Baker Jack Phillips Is Back In Court For Refusing A Make A "Transgender Cake"
They just won't give up. They can't accept the very idea that someone may disagree with them... I'm talking about the LGBT community of course... they're back at it with everyone's favorite baker Jack Phillips.
This time, someone wanted a "transgender cake" to which the baker, who should be allowed to service who he chooses to, denied.
From The Washington Times:
The Christian baker who refused to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple and was vindicated by the Supreme Court earlier this year is mounting another legal challenge this week after refusing to bake a gender-transitioning cake.
Shortly after the Supreme Court ruled in June that the Colorado Civil Rights Commission discriminated against baker Jack Phillips for his religious beliefs, an attorney requested he create a cake that was pink on the inside and blue on the outside to represent a gender transition from male to female. As a Christian, Mr. Phillips would not make the cake since it conflicted with his beliefs, which was his same reasoning for refusing to bake the same-sex couple’s wedding cake.
The state of Colorado has come after Mr. Phillips again, suggesting state law requires him to bake the gender change cake. It’s the newest complaint mounted against him, which has forced Mr. Phillips to file a federal lawsuit Tuesday.
“The state of Colorado is ignoring the message of the U.S. Supreme Court by continuing to single out Jack for punishment and to exhibit hostility toward his religious beliefs,” said Kristen Waggoner, an attorney with Alliance Defending Freedom, a religious liberty law firm defending Mr. Phillips.
The legal complaint claims the state has an anti-religious animus against Mr. Phillips. “For over six years now, Colorado has been on a crusade to crush Plaintiff Jack Phillips … because its officials despise what he believes and how he practices his faith,” the lawsuit reads.
It must by now be clear to any reasonable observer that this campaign has nothing to do with so-called “rights” and everything to do with the desire to make Phillips’ life miserable, and hound him out of business if at all possible. An attorney is the one who commissioned the cake—no word as to whether the lawyer was switching genders.