Court backs T-shirt maker who refused ‘gay’ pride

A number of court rulings over the past few years have found that a “gay” activist’s right to have his or her lifestyle affirmed and promoted trumps the U.S. Constitution’s protections for religious liberty. That’s essentially what a narrow majority of the U.S. Supreme Court, including two justices who had publicly advocated for same-sex “marriage,” found in the Obergefell decision. But now a court in Kentucky has found that Christians who operate businesses do have the right to refuse to promote homosexuality or transgenderism.

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