Christian May Face 5 Years in Prison for Exposing Double Standard of Homosexual Agenda


The Christian Post has reported:

Arizona Internet Evangelist Joshua Feuerstein could be facing felony charges after posting a YouTube video recording of a conversation he had with a Florida baker where he asked if she could make him a sheet cake displaying the words “We do not support gay marriage.”

I want to point out that Feuerstein is not facing charges for the request, at least not yet. The issue is that he did not know that his recording of the baker without her permission is illegal in Florida. I wonder how that works since he is not in Florida. But I digress. The problem that Feuerstein faces is that he also published the recording on YouTube.

Breitbart reports that Haller is considering taking Feuerstein to court because he never got her permission to publish their conversation. The Orlando Sentinel was told by a Sarasota-based lawyer that recording conversations without consent is a third-degree felony in the state of Florida and punishable by up to five years in prison.
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