“I’m gay. You have to leave,” owner Ben Borgman informed a Christian pro-life group ordering them out of his coffee shop because he felt “offended by their presence.”

The group called “Abolish Human Abortion,” decided after a full day of passing out pro-life pamphlets in the area to stop into Borgman Coffee shop for drinks; however, Borgman felt offended by their presence and ordered the Christian group out of his establishment.

According to the Blaze, the group had been handing out pamphlets within the Seattle area regarding the issue of abortion, the Bible and of course sin, when they ventured into Borgman’s coffee shop for some refreshments, however instead received a profanity-laced smack-down.

“I’m gay. You have to leave,” owner Ben Borgman told the group, at which point Christian activist Caytie Davis responded, “Are you denying us service?”

“I am. Yeah,” Borgman replied.

That’s when the confrontation became quite heated as Borgman doubled down stating “This is offensive to me. I own the place. I have the right to be offended.”

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The group attempted to explain they just came in for coffee and did not intend to give out pamphlets within his establishment, and that’s when Borgman freaked out yelling; “Can you tolerate my presence? Really?” the owner asked. “If I go get my boyfriend and f**k him in the a** right here you’re going to tolerate that? Are you going to tolerate it?”

This once again highlights the sheer hypocrisy of the left, lest we forget the multitude of lawsuits brought by the Obama Justice Department, the ACLU and pro-gay activists groups within the last several years against a number of “private establishments” who also felt “offended” at being forced to provide services for individuals based on their “Christian values.”

Masterpiece Cakeshop in Colorado refused to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple and was sued for “illegally discriminating against a gay couple” and of course won, the bakery was forced to pay the couple up to $150,000. In another ACLU lawsuit Sweet Cakes by Melissa bakery in Gresham Oregon was forced to pay a gay couple around $75,000.

Perhaps the group should also contact the ACLU, and explain to them how a gay coffee shop owner refused to serve them because they were Christian, that’s should be worth easily $150,000 grand, or more.

Do you think this Christian group should contact the ACLU and sue the coffee shop?

 
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