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If you have ever dealt with any LGBT activists, you will find that the only thing that matters to many of them is their agenda and forcing it on everyone else. They also tend to go out off their way and do whatever they can deny others of their rights and freedoms that don’t go with the LGBT agenda.

During the current LGBT popularity that skyrocketed under Barack Obama’s disastrous 8 years in office, I had an encounter with a couple of gay activists. They tried to accuse me of discrimination because I didn’t accept their lifestyle and referred to it as a sinful abomination. I asked them if they accept my Christian lifestyle and they instantly said no, so I asked them what was the difference between my non-acceptance of their lifestyle compared to their non-acceptance of my lifestyle. They tried to argue that the laws protected them from being discriminated against, so I pointed out to them that the very same laws also state that religious discrimination is just as wrong and they countered with the fact that no one enforces the law when it concerns Christians, but it does when it concerns LGBT.

If you have watched the news over the past 9 years, you have seen just how true this is. We see it all the time when LGBT activists target Christian business owners such as Jack Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Colorado. After politely refusing to make a wedding cake for a gay couple, he referred them to other shops in the area that would, but they weren’t there for a cake as much as they were there to target Phillips and file a lawsuit against him and all of the lower courts have ruled against Phillips. His case is now before the US Supreme Court.

The same thing is happening to Blaine Adamson, a Christian who runs a shirt shop and who refused to print t-shirts for a gay pride event. His case is now before the Kentucky State Supreme Court.

This latest instance is the real Mr. Scrooge, Grinch, Bah Humbug as an LGBT group in Maine is forcing a donut shop to stop raising donations to help provide a Christmas for a needy family with five kids.

The Holy Donut in Portland, Maine has been helping the Salvation Army raise donations, toys and other items for the local family. The donut shop was offering a free donut to any customers who donated winter clothes or presents for the family.

Portland’s LGBT activists began expressing anger and indignity against the donut shop for helping the Salvation Army’s drive to provide Christmas for the needy family. Why? According to a report:

“They proselytize to the people in their programs, [and] they reject LGBT people from their shelters. They have tried to scrub their image, but still discriminate.”

Another LGBT activist stated:

“People are going to boycott The Holy Donut because of YOUR choices. Do you see what we’re getting at? You’re supporting an establishment that doesn’t support your customers, so your customers will stop supporting you.”

Yet, another LGBT sinner added:

“In case you forgot, a solid 70 percent of your clientele is part of the LGBTQ community. You’re making a silent statement that you’re completely fine with their choices.”

The LGBT activists care nothing about helping a needy family or making this Christmas special for five kids who otherwise probably wouldn’t have a Christmas. All they care about is their perverted agenda.

Consequently, The Holy Donut shop has caved in to the pressures of the LGBT community, and have stopped their charitable drive to help the family.

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