• October 24, 2020

Colorado Baker Sued Again, This Time For Refusing To Make “Gender Transition” Cake

 Colorado Baker Sued Again, This Time For Refusing To Make “Gender Transition” Cake

Remember Jack Phillips? He is the Christian baker who was sued by a gay couple for refusing to make a cake for their wedding. Phillips is back in court – and the headlines – this time, for refusing to make a cake for a “gender transition” party.

Phillips owns Masterpiece Cakeshop in Colorado. The first law suit against him went all the way up to the Supreme Court, which ruled 7-2 that the Colorado Civil Rights Commission acted with hostility towards religion when it forced Phillips to bake the cake for the same-sex wedding.

In an article published by The Christian Post Phillips announced that he will once again be represented in court by the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF):

“The same state agency pursued another case against Phillips because he declined to make a cake celebrating transgenderism. Phillips filed a lawsuit against the state alleging harassment and it subsequently dropped the matter.

After that, a local trans activist and attorney named Autumn Scardina called Phillips’ Denver-area bakery to order a custom made gender-transition cake. Scardina waited past the appeal deadline so he could file a new lawsuit in a different court.”

Scardina is suing for more than $100,000 in damages, fines, and attorney’s fees, according to the Post.

The ADF has filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit, which was filed in a state court.


Thomas John


Thomas John is dedicated to fighting back against the Fake News and their baseless attacks on our President. He is the Secretary and Director of Communications for the Lehigh County Republican Party in Pennsylvania.


  • Think he needs to address the problem. Colorado Civil Rights.

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