SCOTUS Rules Christian Baker Does Not Have to Bake Gay Wedding CakeChris Menahan
Jun. 04, 2018
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On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled against two homosexual men who targeted a Christian bakery for destruction after the owner politely explained to them he doesn't make cakes for gay weddings.
"I'll make you birthday cakes, shower cakes, sell you cookies and brownies," Denver businessman Jack Phillips, owner of the Masterpiece Cakeshop, told homosexual couple Charlie Craig and David Mullins during a brief conversation in July 2012. "I just don't make cakes for same-sex weddings."
Though there was "at least nineteen other bakeries in the same section of Denver" and the two were quickly able to get another shop to make them a cake with rainbow filling, the two set out to destroy Phillips' life.
Though it took six years to come to a conclusion, the anti-Christian bigots lost.
WASHINGTON, June 4 (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday handed a victory on narrow grounds to a Colorado Christian baker who refused for religious reasons to make a wedding cake for a gay couple, stopping short of setting a major precedent allowing people to claim exemptions from anti-discrimination laws based on religious beliefs.Indeed, not baking a cake for a homosexual couple is one step away from the Holocaust.
Step 1: Refuse to bake a cake for religious reasons.
Step 2: Government rules bakers cannot be compelled to bake a cake against their religion and against their will.
Step 3: Holocaust.
Here's more on the ruling from SCOTUS Blog:
The Supreme Court ruled today in favor of Jack Phillips, a Colorado baker who refused to make a custom cake for a same-sex couple because he believed that doing so would violate his religious beliefs. This was one of the most anticipated decisions of the term, and it was relatively narrow: Although Phillips prevailed today, the opinion by Justice Anthony Kennedy rested largely on the majority’s conclusion that the Colorado administrative agency that ruled against Phillips treated him unfairly by being too hostile to his sincere religious beliefs. The opinion seemed to leave open the possibility that, in a future case, a service provider’s sincere religious beliefs might have to yield to the state’s interest in protecting the rights of same-sex couples, and the majority did not rule at all on one of the central arguments in the case – whether compelling Phillips to bake a cake for a same-sex couple would violate his right to freedom of speech.The ruling sounds like it was pathetically weak, nonetheless it was a victory.
What's truly remarkable is that Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor have such a hatred for America they voted against the Christian baker.
Ginsburg, who should be kicked off the bench for going senile, dropped this gem in her dissent: "When a couple contacts a bakery for a wedding cake, the product they are seeking is a cake celebrating their wedding—not a cake celebrating heterosexual weddings or same-sex weddings—and that is the service Craig and Mullins were denied."
The rainbow wedding cake specifically requested for a gay wedding was not a gay wedding cake, but just a wedding cake! Makes sense!
On the bright side, Trump may get another one, two or three Supreme Court appointments so if this ever comes up again odds are it will be shut down even harder.
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