GLENN: You guys lost your bakery. Tell me the story quickly in your own words of what happened.
AARON: Well, you know, marriage was defined by the State of Oregon’s Constitution as between a man and a woman up until I believe it was May of this year. Our belief that marriage is between a man and a woman. And the Bible coincides with that.
You know, we — we — you know, we had a small bakery. We did wedding cakes. Birthday cakes. All sorts of cakes.
In January 2013, we had a gal come in and asked us to basically create a piece of artwork for something the Bible clearly states is, you know, not the definition of marriage. So through all this, we’ve ended up losing our shop due to some really mean-spirited tactics that was used by — I wouldn’t say all the LGBT community. Because we met quite a few of them that are really nice, but there are some that really wanted us to close our doors. And through everything that’s been done. You know, they’ve harassed the wedding vendors that we did business with. They protested. Boycotted. In fact, there’s still an only boycott on Facebook going on. And I get it. They killed the wedding end of our business and we did have to close our doors last September. And, you know, I went to back to work driving trucks. So…
A business destroyed, a life’s work ruined… keep high-fiving each other, gay leftists.