News: "Court allows Christian baker Jack Phillips to sue Colorado for anti-religious hostility." The state's attempt to punish him for not making gay wedding cake was struck down, now it is trying to punish him for not making transgender cake

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This Christian baker is suing Colorado and its Civil Rights Commission after they repeatedly targeted him for not making gay, then transgender cakes. The U.S. Supreme Court had already rebuked them for anti-religious bias in the first case. Now the district court has refused to dismiss this baker’s present action aimed against them for anti-religious bias.

“The same agency that the Supreme Court rebuked as hostile to Jack Phillips has remained committed to treating him unequally and forcing him to express messages that violate his religious beliefs,” stated lawyer Campbell.

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LOL…a transgender cake? Do cakes have gender? I guess “Patty Cake” is a girl, and “Devil’s Food” is a boy?:rofl:

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The person getting the cake was a lawyer who was baiting him by asking him to bake a cake for a gender-transition party or something like that. I think it was supposed to be blue on the outside and pink on the inside (or vice versa) with some sort of message written on it.

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I saw this coming when Colorado went after him again after being denied by the Supreme Court. A state cannot just ignore such a ruling. What will it take for Colorado to accept the Constitution? Will federal troops have to be sent in to escort cakes on delivery?

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All it will take is a Federal Court ruling requiring the State of Colorado to cover all the legal fees plus damages. Once they get smacked on the hand a couple times that nonsense will end pretty quick.

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