January 17, 2017
Religious freedom is a code-word for throwing faggots off rooftops.
The Alt-Right has a bog and rooftop-based policy when it comes to the homo question. And while this is still ways away from being fully implemented, we’re being given the next best thing to tide us over: depriving perverts of gay cakes.
This is being driven by the Trump administration under the guise of “religious freedom,” which is a euphemism for allowing normal people the right to discriminate against homos.
Gay blog “The Advocate” agrees with this analysis.
Oh, you ain’t seen “open season” yet, I can promise you that.
In a proclamation released this morning, Donald Trump declared January 16, 2018 “Religious Freedom Day” to commemorate the 232nd anniversary of the Virginia General Assembly passing the Virginia Statute of Religious Freedom, the first statute of its kind.
However, the seemingly innocuous proclamation, which claims to celebrate “Americans from diverse ethnic and religious backgrounds” contains references to politicized policies that appeal to Trump’s evangelical base.
“Unfortunately, not all have recognized the importance of religious freedom, whether by threatening tax consequences for particular forms of religious speech, or forcing people to comply with laws that violate their core religious beliefs without sufficient justification,” Trump writes in the proclamation. “These incursions, little by little, can destroy the fundamental freedom underlying our democracy.”
“President Donald J. Trump Proclaims January 16, 2018, as Religious Freedom Day” https://t.co/bD3R2dJfyp
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 16, 2018
Yes, forcing normal people to make anal-themed cakes against their will is definitely “eroding” our freedoms. “Freedom” is being redefined by the slime-people as “forcing people to do things for you against their will.”
This perspective is particularly salient as the jury is still out on Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, where the Supreme Court will determine if citizens can violate anti-LGBT discrimination laws in the name of religion.
“No American — whether a nun, nurse, baker, or business owner — should be forced to choose between the tenets of faith or adherence to the law,” the proclamation reads, explicitly referencing the baker on trial for refusing to make wedding cakes for LGBT couples.
Trump also references a memo released by the Department of Justice that contained pro-religious guidelines many have called “a right to discriminate.”
The Constitution already gives us the right to discriminate – it’s called “freedom of association.” People should have the right to deal with anybody as they please – forcing them to do business with, hire or accept into their organization people they don’t want to be around is obviously a much greater violation of their rights than any “discrimination” could ever be.
I can only presume that Mike “Zap the Traps” Pence had a hand in this policy.
Mike “Curling Queers with Amperes” Pence.
Needless to say, the faggots and their bugmen allies are showing maximum butthurt.
Persecuting LGBT individuals under the guise of religion isn't an exercise of faith; it's pure, unadulterated discrimination.
— James Harmon (@The_Real_Malloy) January 16, 2018
Here’s Trump’s Religious Freedom Day proclamation.
It gives a nod to Trump administration’s belief that religion supersedes gay civil rights laws — favoring bakers ’n such who turn away same-sex couples. https://t.co/sneqVigjoV pic.twitter.com/GBSsVNgVdR
— Dominic Holden (@dominicholden) January 16, 2018
Christians: Hooray! We've been protected from business discrimination since the Civil Rights Act of 1964!
Gay Americans: Hey, can we get in on that?
Christians: YOU WANT SPECIAL RIGHTS!!!
— JoeMyGod (@JoeMyGod) January 16, 2018
It's really freedom for evangelicals to be bigots.
— ????, ?????? ????? (@sunoppositemoon) January 16, 2018
Hopefully, this is just a prelude to much greater things to come.