Persecution in America

Jack Phillips

June 11, 2019

This case is being reopened again.  Jack Phillips got sued for the third time. The evil forces are still trying to bring down this man and his business. Autumn Scardina filed the previous lawsuit alleging discrimination after Masterpiece Cakeshop denied her same-sex cake requests. She’s an activist who is determined to ruin Jack Phillips for not kneeling down before her anti-Christian radicalism. Phillips said then that he believes Scardina regularly requests objectionable cakes from his bakery, including cakes with pentagrams and upside-down crosses.

This new lawsuit is filed by a guy who was trying to force Jack Phillips to bake a cake dedicated to Satan. Satanic-oriented groups have called for their followers to challenge Christian bakers to make cakes that go against their beliefs. It is no surprise that Jack Phillips is once again the target.

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Jack Phillips, the baker who owns Masterpiece Cakeshop, who was at the center of the Masterpiece Cakeshop Supreme Court case, was back in court this week, facing another complaint, this time from a radical transgender activist who her self is a Denver attroney.

USA Today reports: ‘Autumn Scardina, a transgender woman who is also a Denver attorney, said Phillips’ bakery refused to make a cake for her in June 2017 to celebrate her transition from male to female. The request, which came weeks after the Supreme Court case involving Charlie Craig and David Mullins, was for a birthday cake colored pink on the inside and blue on the outside. Phillips’ lawyers from the Alliance Defending Freedom say Colorado is engaged in “unconstitutional bullying,” The Gazette reports, and they are suing governor of Colorado John Hickenlooper’s administration, the Division of Civil Rights and the Colorado Civil Rights Commission.’

Phillip’s attorneys aptly describe it as an “obvious setup.” Christian liberties must be subordinated to bizarre leftist ethical standards. We’ll see how this nightmare unfolds in the coming months.

Stay tuned.