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Video: 'Homo Akbar'

by Jeremy Hooper

In truth, gay people and our supporters simply told the business that if they didn't want to comply with local nondiscrimination law, then a great deal of us would take our business elsewhere. Then we proceeded to tell others about this, a choice that the bakery made on its own volition.

But when Patricia Mitchell (wife of Jason Mitchell) takes on her alternate WorldNetDaily personality, which she calls DJ Dolce, the game is all about making America think gay people are horrible militants who act like radical mobs. Here's what that looks like:

"Mafia style tactics"? Totally, Patricia! In fact, our reaction perfectly mirrored the plot of that much lauded Godfather sequel: Godfather 4: I'm Going to Take My Pastry Business Elsewhere. You're so right on with that one!

Also, Patricia: SHHHH! We're right here. We can hear you. No need to shout.

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