2nd Update: New Crowd Funding Page For Bakery

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The saga and drama surrounding Sweet Cakes By Melissa has taken yet another turn. They have set up another crowd funding page at http://www.samaritanspurse.org/article/christian-couple-faces-135000-fine/, after GoFundMe canceled their previous page.
The new page reads:

Aaron and Melissa Klein ran a small bakery called “Sweet Cakes by Melissa” for seven years in Gresham, Oregon, but had to shut down their store in 2013 after Rachel Cryer and Laurel Bowman filed a civil rights complaint against them. Administrative judge Alan McCullough ruled Friday that the funds will go to Cryer and Bowman for “emotional, mental, and physical suffering.”

Samaritan’s Purse is raising funds to help the Kleins pay their fine and meet other expenses. “They have taken a stand for the Word of God, and they should not have to stand alone,” Samaritan’s Purse President Franklin Graham said. “I believe that Christians across our nation will rally around Aaron and Melissa and their five children.

You can keep up with the latest by liking their facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sweet-Cakes-by-Melissa/

Comments

  1. NotKennedy says

    Sounds like GoFundMe just cashed out to the libs and liars who conspired to deny a Christian family support from charitable Americans. Liberals are hateful things and they went apoplectic when the pizza shop support made a fool of the “reporter” who “reported” on a story that never existed.

    The witless cretin creeper who attempted to shut down the GoFundMe account for the pizza shop situation did so for her own selfish hatred, out of fear that the pizza shop was actually entitled to their own opinions.

    It’s time to pull the plug on GoFundMe. Their decision in the cake-eating-dyke story was arbitrary and heavy handed. Raising $66K in a matter of hours should have given them a HINT that some people supported the bakery owners and their family, irrespective of the hideous perverts who assailed them.

    Shame on GoFundMe. Better that they should GoF***themselves and the haters they indulged.

    • tryingtopickaname says

      The woman who shut down Sweet Cakes was a business competitor…Lisa Watson of Cupcake Jones. Watson was involved in organizing and supporting the protests at the Sweet Cakes, going back to 2013. She also catered to the gay community and I’d be willing to bet that she was involved in the set up involving the lesbian couple who claimed that the Kleins’ refusal to supply them with a wedding cake left them feeling *mentally raped*. Perhaps if enough people contact GoFundMe and let them know that the complaint originated from a direct business competitor who apparently had ulterior motives in getting a competing bakery shut down…? Here is an article from 2013…”Carrying signs that read, “Make love and cake, not all that hate,” and “Let them eat cake!” gay-rights protesters from Gresham and Portland garnered honks from passing cars as they shook homemade maracas and handed out treats supplied by Cupcake Jones, a Portland bakery that supported the demonstration.”…http://www.pamplinmedia.com/go/42-news/128078-bakery-protests-anything-but-sweet-

  2. Leah Keever says

    What if you want to help the Sweet Cakes people and not “persecuted Christians” in general? Nothing against Samaritan’s Purse, but I don’t like to depend on charities, no matter how honorable, to decide how my donations will be spent.

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