Gay Man Kicks Christians From Shop

Well, well, what do we have here? I thought we were told over the past several years that any Christian business owner who refuses to “do business with” a homosexual couple getting married is “evil” because they are “discriminating” against them, violating that couple’s Constitutional rights. 

Of course, it wasn’t that at all. Those Christian businesses did not refuse to serve those individuals. They actually were happy to sell goods and services to those couples, but they weren’t willing to do anything that would show an implicit endorsement of their wedding, like creating a wedding cake. In all cases, the Christian proprietors gave the couples the address of other businesses that would probably be willing to help them. These were not Christians trying to make a roadblock for those couples. They just wanted to exercise their First Amendment Right of Religious Freedom. 

Now, we have a gay owner of a coffee shop refusing to even allow Christians to be in his shop. He berates them, cusses them out, and tells them to leave. Notice that the Christians weren’t proselytizing, passing out literature, or being a nuisance. They were just having coffee.

They could bring a class action suit against the coffee shop.

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