Man Who Accused Whole Foods Of Gay Slur, Reveals BOMBSHELL The World Already Knew

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May 16, 2016May 16, 2016

Back in April, openly gay pastor Jordan Brown purchased a cake from a Whole Foods store in Texas. He asked the store to write “Love Wins” to the cake but claims that he got back more than he asked for. Brown claimed that the worker added a gay slur on the cake.

Using that claim, Brown filed a lawsuit against Whole Foods seeking a large payday. Whole Foods strongly denied Brown’s claim and released video footage of Brown picking up the cake, showing that the slur was not on the cake at the time he purchased it. Whole Foods didn’t take kindly to the accusation and counter-sued the pastor.

On Monday it was revealed what everyone knew all along. According to Fox, Brown dropped his fake lawsuit against Whole Foods issued a half-hearted apology.

“I want to apologize to Whole Foods and it’s team members for questioning the company’s commitment to its values,” Brown said in a statement, “and especially the baker associate who I understand was put in a terrible position because of my actions.” Brown also apologized to the LGBT community, his partner, family, church, and attorney.  But the damage had already been done. Every major news outlet covered the fake “homophobic” act, and only a very few have reported that it was false. Thus it continues to appear that the LGBT community is routinely targeted.

Whole Foods should not drop their countersuit. The heterophobic actions taken by the self proclaimed pastor are another sign that this country is out of control and has fallen further away from God. Some people want to be a victim so badly that they will perpetrate a fake hate crime upon themselves to try and collect a large payday.

Just as students of a university were recently dismissed for perpetrating a fake act of racism, Brown needs to be held accountable for his actions. What does it say about the liberal agenda that they are pushing when there are so few acts of perceived bigotry that they have to go out and create fake scenarios to continue to perpetrate the myth?

What do you think Whole Foods should do?