90 Miles From Tyranny : Baker Who Refused To Back Down over ‘Build the Wall’ Cookies Is Getting Huge Business Boost

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Baker Who Refused To Back Down over ‘Build the Wall’ Cookies Is Getting Huge Business Boost


A baker in Washington state recently came under fire from leftists and the perpetually offended for a border wall-related Valentine’s Day cookie he had baked as a joke and placed on display in his small bakery, but now he is pushing back against those critics with a message to “lighten up.”

KING-TV reported last week on the controversy that arose over a heart-shaped frosted cookie which read “Build that Wall” in the display case of the Edmonds Bakery, which is owned and operated by a baker named Ken Bellingham.

The cookie had been spotted by a would-be customer named Ana Carrera — daughter of Mexican immigrants — who took offense to the border wall message on the cookie and posted a photo of it to Facebook, where it went viral and prompted angry messages and threats of a boycott against Bellingham’s business.

“People were just going off,” Bellingham explained to KING at the time. “They don’t know anything about me and supposedly I’m some horrible person.”

In response to the controversy, Bellingham initially issued an apology on Facebook for his “mistake,” and vowed to never make such cookies again.

He told KING that the single cookie had merely been meant as a joke and not a political message, and even said he...

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1 comment:

  1. When will these people learn: NEVER, EVER APOLOGIZE TO A LEFTIST!

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