Where’s the outrage?

A few days ago, I asked the rhetorical question, “…should a Muslim caterer be forced to cater a same-sex wedding party which violates his religious faith?”

Lo and behind, someone with a hidden camera recently went into a Muslim bakery in Dearborn, Michigan and asked if they would make a cake for a gay wedding. He was turned down. And, unlike the Indiana pizzeria, there is no outrage.

If opposition to religious freedom laws were about discrimination, there would be equal outrage. But there isn’t, which proves, like all of liberalism, that the stated objective isn’t the objective.

It’s not about discrimination against homosexuals. It’s about taking down individuals who profess Christianity.


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