Donut shop uses Salvation Army for Christmas donations, LGBT activists furious

Dec 18, 2017 by

by Doug Mainwaring, LifeSite:

It seems that no good deed goes unpunished when LGBT social justice warriors (SJW) get involved, this time condemning a donut shop for using an organization they despise for helping the shop to locate a needy family for charitable giving at Christmastime.

Earlier this month a favorite doughnut shop in Portland, Maine, wanted to help out a local family of modest means during the Christmas Season.

“In a now-deleted Facebook post, the shop detailed how it was collecting warm clothes for a family with five children and two adults, and asked customers to donate hats, mittens, and sweaters in exchange for free doughnuts or T-shirts,” reported Christian News Service (CNS).

But “The Holy Donut” innocently and unknowingly stepped on a Yuletide landmine when it let it slip that they had reached out to The Salvation Army for help in identifying a poor family the shop could help.

The problem? Gays have, for many years, deemed The Salvation Army a bitter enemy because it views the venerable organization as having resisted LGBT ideology and demands.

The backlash from the LGBT world was swift and vicious.

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