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Liberals Now In Favor Of Businesses’ Right To Refuse Service



U.S.—After a restaurant recently asked White House press secretary Sarah Sanders to leave, liberals across the country announced they were suddenly in favor of allowing businesses the right to refuse service, despite their previous insistence that everyone be served, even if a business owner has a conscientious or religious objection in a particular case.

Liberal Americans had a near-instantaneous change of heart on the hotly debated topic of businesses being able to refuse service to people with whom they have serious ideological disagreements after Sanders was turned away from a public establishment.

Thousands came forward to voice their newfound belief in the right to associate and renewed interest in defending individuals’ private property rights.

“This is a free country. How then can we force a business to implicitly support a lifestyle they totally disagree with?” one progressive pundit wrote on his Twitter account. “This isn’t a fascist nation, where we can just tell people they have to use their talents to promote ideas they find abhorrent.”

“That would be totalitarian!” he wrote in the 247th tweet in his lengthy thread on the topic.

At publishing time, the nation’s progressives had declared they would revert to their previous stance once a news story about a Christian baker, florist, or photographer refusing service to a gay couple begins to gain national attention again.

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  • Stephen Geiger says:

    Sure. Liberals are in favor of a business’s right to refuse service. However, they don’t say that it applies only to liberal business owners. When it comes to a conservative who might want to refuse service because of their deeply held moral convictions, then their narrative does not apply. Liberals will never abandon their double standard. It is who they are and they could not live without it.

  • Sally J Becker says:

    I find it ironic when the decision of the cake baker not to bake LGBTQ one based on religious beliefs and they DIDN’T APPROVE of the decision, NOW, all of a sudden they ARE in favor of a business to refuse service, the fact that this restaurant did it, not because of religious reasons, but BECAUSE OF UNADULTERATED BIAS. I would love to see this come to the Supreme Court.

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