WATCH: Christians Kicked Out Of Coffee Shop By Gay Owner

A homosexual coffee shop owner refused service to a group of peaceful Christian abolitionists Sunday and evicted them from his shop at Seattle, Washington.

Members of Abolish Human Abortion recently decided to order drinks in Seattle’s Bedlam coffee shop after posting and distributing pro-life pamphlets in the local community. Activists who joined Caleb Head and Caytie Davis on Oct. 1 were soon berated and told the leave when they were identified.

According to The Liberator, the group decided to take a break and stop for coffee at nearby coffee shop, Bedlam Coffee. After getting their coffee, the group went upstairs to sit and unwind. But shortly after, the barista ran to get the store owner. Bedlam Coffee’s owner confronted them, demanding they leave because they “offended” him.

The owner, in the video, approaches the Christian group and tells them they have to leave.

“I’m gay, you have to leave,” he said. “This is offensive to me. I own the place. I have the right to be offended.”

The Christians pressed the owner as to why he is so opposed to their presence in the shop, and that’s when things got extraordinarily vulgar.

“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?”

Becoming increasingly agitated, the owner yelled, “Answer my f***ing question! No, you’re going to sit right here and f***ing watch it! Leave, all of you! Tell all your f**king friends don’t come here!”

As the group left the shop, one of the women in the group told the owner that she would be praying for him.
“Just know that Christ can save you from that lifestyle.”

“Yeah, I like a**,” the owner spat. “I’m not going to be saved by anything. I’d f**k Christ in the a**. Okay? He’s hot.”

In truth, this is an extreme example of what many gay activist groups have said about Christians. Refusing to grant them the legitimacy of their beliefs and equating their opposition to gays with pro-slavery sentiments is very common in the gay community.

So much tolerance for Christians, eh?