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This famous Colorado pie master can finally bake his pies in peace…

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The US Supreme Court has been stirring the pot quite a bit recently, causing quite a stir among the left. On Thursday, they essentially eliminated affirmative action, and now, they’ve decreed that bakeries and other American businesses and workers don’t have to bend to the demands of the LGBTQ+ community when it conflicts with their religious beliefs. In other words, no, you don’t have to bake your damn cake. Many know the story of Colorado Christian baker Jack Philips, who has faced harassment and abuse from radical extremists within the LGBTQ+ community. For years, these ruthless scoundrels have tried to force this good, Christian man to abandon his beliefs in order to make pies for their twisted lifestyles.

Sean Davis took to Twitter to explain the ruling in a nutshell:

Here’s a close-up of the documents:

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The Washington Examiner:

On Friday, the Supreme Court ruled that it was within Smith’s First Amendment rights not to want to make wedding announcement websites for same-sex couples.

“From day one all I wanted to do was speak up for my beliefs. And I want that for everyone. I want that for the LGBT website designer, the Democrat speechwriter, the Jewish calligrapher, the pro-life photographer,” Smith told MSNBC. “Everyone should be free to speak according to who they are and what they believe.”

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In the 6-3 majority opinion, Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote: “The First Amendment prohibits Colorado from forcing a website designer to create expressive designs that speak messages with which the designer disagrees.” .

We cannot say for sure how this will affect the previous rulings against Mr. Philips, or recover the funds he has spent on his defense, much less address the stress he has been under. But one thing’s for sure: Your legal team will likely be meeting to discuss these matters as we speak.

LGBTQ is already panicking.

The lawyer:

While the ruling is limited in scope, it sets a dangerous precedent because it sets the stage for other exceptions to anti-discrimination law, LGBTQ+ advocates point out, and comes at a time when conservative state legislatures are attacking the community. The fight against discrimination must continue both at the state and national level, both at the legislative and judicial level, they point out.

“Today’s brazen attack on civil rights law will have limited practical impact on the marketplace because few commercial services involve original artwork and pure speech offered as limited commissions,” said a statement from the Lambda Chief Legal Officer Jennifer C. Pizer. “But today’s narrow decision continues the dangerous siren call of the majority of the Court to those who try to return the country to the social and legal norms of the 19th century so that it falls apart without even recognizing what it was a part of of legal proof for decades.”

“Given the unique creative service at issue here, the impact is likely to be minimal,” Pizer added. “But the door has been opened to possible future cases to expand this limited limitation. We will be keeping an eye on that possibility.”

Legal director of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, David Brown, issued a statement with similar points: “Today’s disturbing ruling creates a new license to discriminate, allowing some companies to use their disapproval of LGBTQ people to justify their refusal to sell services to us. However, it is also important to consider the limits of the decision. This license to discriminate applies only to those who sell their original and personalized expressive service, while carefully reviewing each project to align with their own views.”

While the ruling is limited in scope, it sets a dangerous precedent because it sets the stage for other exceptions to anti-discrimination law, LGBTQ+ advocates point out, and comes at a time when conservative state legislatures are attacking the community. The fight against discrimination must continue both at the state and national level, both at the legislative and judicial level, they point out.

“Today’s brazen attack on civil rights law will have limited practical impact on the marketplace because few commercial services involve original artwork and pure speech offered as limited commissions,” said a statement from the Lambda Chief Legal Officer Jennifer C. Pizer. “But today’s narrow decision continues the dangerous siren call of the majority of the Court to those who try to return the country to the social and legal norms of the 19th century so that it falls apart without even recognizing what it was a part of of legal proof for decades.”

There is also speculation now about whether this ruling will shake up the vaccine debate. Will it set a benchmark for American workers who oppose vaccination on religious grounds? If this is the case, it could mean that both the government and big pharma are about to take a major hit in terms of profits and influence, which is great news for everyone.


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