Cracker Barrel has banned Grayson Fritts! A Cracker Barrel in Cleveland, Tennessee, refused to host Knox County Sheriff’s Office Detective Grayson Fritts and his church group, citing the restaurant chain’s zero-tolerance policy for “discriminatory treatment or harassment of any sort.”
Grayson Fritts, a Baptist pastor in Knox County, Tennessee, has asked the US government during a Mass to arrest and execute people from the LGBT community. During the mass, the county detective also affirmed that they US government should condemn to death the LGBT community for being “sodomites” and for being an “abomination”, assuring that “they are infecting our country”.
The Baptist pastor spoke during a ceremony about his personal appreciations and called the LGBT population “monsters” and “animals.”
Pastor Grayson Fritts, assistant to the sheriff of Knox County, in the United States, asked Donald Trump during a Mass at All Scripture Baptist Church to arrest and execute the LGBTI population. His motives, the bible assures that they deserve the death penalty, he says, so in his opinion, the police should stop them all and judge them with the maximum condemnation reserved to “sodomites”, “monsters” and “animals”, as he described the community.
The serious statements were condemned not only by the LGBTI members, but by officials and citizens in general, who demanded the pastor to be removed from his positions as a detective.
“The state and federal governments have to arrest, judge, condemn and execute quickly people within the LGBTIQ community and with a cell phone picture of their attendance at the Pride March they have enough,” GRAYSON FRITTS.
In this regard, the district attorney general, Charme Allen, said that his office will review the trajectory of Fritts to determine if he had previously delivered similar sermons. As for Sheriff Tom Spangler, he confirmed that the pastor is dismissed until further investigation.
“I want to make it very clear that it is my responsibility to ensure the equal protection of ALL citizens of Knox County, according to the law, my oath and the Constitution of the United States, without discrimination or hesitation,” said Spangler.