From Yahoo via Steve Sailer:
Whole Foods is suing a [black gay] pastor who claimed that the grocery chain sold him a cake decorated with a homophobic slur.
Jordan Brown, an openly gay pastor at Austin’s Church of Open Doors, posted a video last week claiming that the cake he bought at Whole Foods was decorated with the words “Love Wins F–.”
If you’ve read one of only two books that exists on the subject of Hate-Crime Hoaxes, you’ll know this move on Jordan Brown’s part was a good one.
“When I got into my vehicle, I looked inside and saw they had wrote ‘Love Wins F–’ on it,” Brown said in the video. “You can see it nice and clear. Also, it is still in a sealed box. As you see, I have not opened up this box yet.”
The video went viral online and he filed a lawsuit alleging intentional infliction of emotional distress.
You should also know (if you’ve read the book!) that Jordan made an error at this point. The video going viral could have been his ticket to renown, respect and riches. If he had capitalised on it properly. But he didn’t. He filled a lawsuit, and that’s not a good move for a Hate-Crime Hoaxer.
“Pastor Jordan spent the remainder of the day in tears,” the suit reads.
Getting emotional is a good move, however….
Whole Foods claims in a countersuit that its employees didn’t write the slur on the cake, the Statesman reports….
The suit claims Brown “intentionally, knowingly and falsely accused Whole Foods and its employees of writing the homophobic slur … on a custom made cake that he ordered from WFM’s Lamar Store in Austin.”
The company also released a statement saying it reviewed security footage and determined that Brown had tampered with the cake
If Pastor Jordan Brown had done his homework and read the best guide to Hate-Crime Hoaxing on the market, he’d be a Social Justice Warrior star, he’d have a steady – and sizable – income from his patreon account, and he’d be in position to pivot the Hate-Crime Hoax into a money-spinning career as an activist.
He failed to follow rules 2 and 3 and he probably failed to follow 7 and 8 too.
Unfortunately he didn’t spend $3.99 on the book that would have helped him become rich.
Let this be a lesson to the rest of you!