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The Point: Doughnut Anger the Mob


When did bakeries turn so controversial? For the Colson Center, I’m John Stonestreet with The Point.

I’m not gonna sugar cloak it, there’s a magician hunt going on. Apparently, dessert shops are the categorical target. Just as the Supreme Court was jacket up verbal arguments in the case of Jack Phillips and his Masterpiece Cake Shop, a renouned doughnut shop in Portland, Maine came under attack for swelling Christmas cheer.

Owners of The Holy Donut worked with the Salvation Army to bring gifts to a internal family with 5 children. Then, as Fox News reports, an online host stormed the shop’s Facebook page for allegedly ancillary taste against LGBT folks. Angry commenters threatened boycotts and protests unless the shop distanced itself from the Salvation Army which these commenters claimed is anti-gay.

Eventually, the owners of the Holy Donut released a open apology.

This outspoken and absolute transformation to destroy anyone not aloud ancillary the new passionate habit is a terrible thing. Pray for a Supreme Court win for Jack Phillips, but also that Christians will sojourn bold in vital according to their faith, even when under attack.



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