HOAX: Gay Pastor Admits He Lied About Whole Foods Writing ‘Love Wins F**’ on Cake & Drops Lawsuit

HOAX: Gay Pastor Admits He Lied About Whole Foods Writing ‘Love Wins F**’ on Cake & Drops Lawsuit

The homosexual agenda relies upon continually playing the victim card. As society becomes more and more accepting of homosexuality, there are (thankfully) far fewer instances of vicious attacks and brutality. To help support their perpetual victimhood, many who wish to advance the homosexual agenda have turned to orchestrating hoaxes. One such man attempted to conduct a hoax against Whole Foods, but failed miserably. After attempting to smear the company to further his agenda, the man was forced to publicly apologize and admit his wrongdoing.

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From Mediaite:

The openly gay pastor in Texas is dropping his lawsuit against a Whole Foods for his bogus claim that the supermarket targeted him with ahomophobic slur last month.

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For the past month, Jordan Brown has tried to sue the supermarket chain after the “Love Wins” cake he ordered allegedly included an addition to make the message “Love Wins Fag.” Whole Foods put out asurveillance video and pointing out multiple holes in Brown’s story, and now he has admitted that the whole thing was a hoax.

“I was wrong to pursue this matter and use the media to perpetuate this story,” Brown said according to Fox. “I want to apologize to Whole Foods and its team members for questioning the company’s commitment to its values, and especially the bakery associate who I understand was put in a terrible position because of my actions.”

Whole Foods was launching a countersuit against Brown for slander, but they said in a statement that they will drop it now that he admitted to making it up.

“Given Mr. Brown’s apology and public admission that his story was a complete fabrication, we see no reason to move forward with our counter suit to defend the integrity of our brand and team members.”

As a general rule, if your agenda requires you to fabricate hoaxes in order to prove the supposed legitimacy of your agenda, it’s probably not a very good agenda to begin with.

Whole Foods is free to do what they want, but I see it as a major mistake to let this scumbag off the hook with a public apology. He attempted to smear their brand and extort money from them. He should feel the wrath of the Whole Foods legal department.

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