Friday, April 3, 2015

YouTuber Discovers Muslim-Owned Bakeries in Dearborn, MI, Who Refuse to Make Gay Wedding Cakes. (That's Legal, BTW...)

This is the time within the whole Religious Freedom Restoration Act debate when media outlets are traveling around and testing various bakeries to see if they want deny services to gay people. CNN was trolling yesterday in rural Georgia and some guy named Steven Crowder was going around earlier this week in Dearborn, MI. Of course, he used hidden cameras to do his research and he targeted Muslim-owned bakeries. Because he wanted to make a point that Muslims hate gays just as much as Christians do.

Several businesses turned him away with his efforts to purchase wedding cakes for him and his made-up husband. Which, like Indiana and like Arkansas and like Georgia and like several others states, is actually legal for them to do in Michigan. Because discrimination based on sexual orientation is not prohibited in Michigan. Remember? We went over this a couple months when that nasty doctor refused to treat a baby because she has two mommies and everyone noted that it was completely legal. The same thing applies here. Unlike Iowa, for example, which does prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.

He did note that several Muslim-owned bakeries were willing to meet his made-up wedding cake order, by the way.

I'm sure we'll see many more stories like this in the future.

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