The Gay Couple In The Masterpiece Cakeshop Case Are Vindictive Bullies, Not Victims

Dec 6, 2017 by

by Matt Walsh, Daily Wire:

[…] -I say “decorate a cake” not “make,” because he was perfectly willing to sell the gay couple, David Mullins and Charlie Craig, a cake. He was willing to sell them any pastry they wanted. But, due to his religious beliefs, he couldn’t decorate it with a gay wedding theme.

-Phillips had also in the past refused to decorate Halloween cakes and divorce party cakes. Nobody ever complained about that.

-Rather than respond like empathetic, decent, civilized human beings, Mullins and Craig decided to embark on a five-year campaign to ruin Phillips and destroy his business.

-The Colorado Civil Rights Commission decreed that Phillips can no longer make any cakes for anyone, and he must provide gay-friendly “reeducation” to his employees.

-Phillips lost 40% of his business and had to fire half of his work force.

-Now the Supreme Court will decide whether a private citizen can be legally compelled to create a piece of art celebrating something they find morally objectionable.

Those are the fundamental facts of the case. Now, here are a few other things to keep in mind as you read about the oral arguments and await the final decision:

1. This is one of the most important Supreme Court cases in American history.

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Read also:  Reporters and the Supreme Court cake bake-off: Was religious freedom the guiding issue? by Julia Duin, Get Religion

What Supporters, Opponents of Christian Baker Had to Say Outside of Supreme Court by Brendan Showalter, Christian Post

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