Monday, June 4, 2018

US Supreme Court Upholds Christian Baker's First Amendment Rights

In a 7-2 vote, the US Supreme Court sided today with Jack Philips, a Christian who owns and operates Masterpiece Cakeshop.  Mr. Philips refused to make a wedding cake for the fake #mowwidge of two sodomites.

The Supreme Court declared that Phillips did not get a fair hearing from the Colorado Civil Rights Commission.  They noted the hostility towards Phillip's beliefs in Colorado's written opinions.  Even Elena Kagan and Stephen Breyer, two progressive Justices found Colorado's bigotry to be unacceptable and delivered to them a much-needed smackdown.

This bodes well for the other Christian-owned small businesses that are similarly threatened by the gaystapo juggernaut that seeks to relegate Christians to the status of "niggers of the new age".  For this victory we thank God and give a shout-out to Alliance Defending Freedom and to Mr. Phillips and the other Christian business owners who are taking stands for God and His Laws.


  1. This decision is clear: a creaftsman does not have to use his skills for an evil purpose. With the exception of two femenizies, sanity from the Court.

  2. Actually the decision ignored the First Amendment right to free speech. It simply defended the equal protection. Since the Civil Rights Commission let other bakers refuse certain messages that conflict with their beliefs, they said they couldn't show hostility only to Jack Phillips ideas. But they also said, since this case came while Colorado still made gay "marriage" illegal it was open to revisiting. This is a temporary respite no clear victory for the First Amendment. I read Clarence Thomas' concurring opinion and he DID address the First Amendment free speech issue. Check out my post today. I link to the 59 page Supreme Court decision which includes the concurring and dissenting opinions.


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