Colorado Baker Is Brought To TEARS After This Horrible Comparison

As his case heads to the Supreme Court, the Christian baker who refused to serve a wedding cake to a gay couple has recently been likened to a Nazi during World War II.

Per Daily Wire:

In a disturbing report from The Daily Signal, a Christian baker from Colorado, Jack Phillips, broke down over the vitriol that’s been unleashed on him since he held true to his religious beliefs and declined to service a gay wedding. Phillips found the accusation that he’s just like a Nazi, launched, incredibly, by a government official, the most hurtful of all, especially since his father fought against the Nazis during WWII and shared with Phillips the first-hand horror he encountered.

Phillips was sued by gay couple Charlie Craig and David Mullins for refusing to make them a custom cake for their wedding back in 2012. The baker says he services people from the LGBT community all the time, but felt it was against his Christian faith to make the custom cake and therefore be participating in the gay wedding.

“I serve everybody,” he told the Signal, “I just don’t make cakes for every event; it’s never the people, it’s always the event that I look at.”

Phillips was shaken at the accusation, saying the comment was “deplorable”:

Even a government official, Colorado Civil Rights Commissioner Diann Rice, got in on the slander in 2014, comparing Phillips to a slave owner and a WWII Nazi:

I would also like to reiterate what we said in … the last meeting [concerning Jack Phillips]. Freedom of religion and religion has been used to justify all kinds of discrimination throughout history, whether it be slavery, whether it be the Holocaust. … I mean, we can list hundreds of situations where freedom of religion has been used to justify discrimination. And to me it is one of the most despicable pieces of rhetoric that people can use — to use their religion to hurt others.

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