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@SCOTUS Sides With Christian Baker In Same-Sex Wedding Cake Case
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#BeamMeUpScotty
2018-06-05 14:45:15 UTC
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“The reason and motive for the baker’s refusal were based on his
sincere religious beliefs and convictions,” Justice Anthony M. Kennedy
wrote in the opinion for the court.
The problem the Supremes refuse to address is that some religions are
sincere in
their racism, such as people that being black is the Mark of Cain. The
Supremes
are acting as only some religions can be protected.
It's well established precedent that the courts do not question the
validity of religious doctrine because to do so would require secular
courts to interpret religious doctrine.
Unless that religious doctrine requires racism.
NO... they were deciding that the limitation of the exercise of
religion, resulted in involuntary servitude.... making Oregon a slave
State. And Slavery is unconstitutional.

Liberal Fascism was halted by the Constitution. Now the Bakery needs to
sue all the people and the State that was involved in the wrongful suit
against the Bakery and their Religious beliefs.

And when the Bakery wins the law suit against the State of Oregon then
they should set up as fund to donate Millions to groups that fight to
stop Liberal legal attacks and abuse of religious freedom.
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That's Karma


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Gunner Asch
2018-06-06 02:50:40 UTC
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On Tue, 5 Jun 2018 10:45:15 -0400, #BeamMeUpScotty
Post by #BeamMeUpScotty
“The reason and motive for the baker’s refusal were based on his
sincere religious beliefs and convictions,� Justice Anthony M. Kennedy
wrote in the opinion for the court.
The problem the Supremes refuse to address is that some religions are
sincere in
their racism, such as people that being black is the Mark of Cain. The
Supremes
are acting as only some religions can be protected.
It's well established precedent that the courts do not question the
validity of religious doctrine because to do so would require secular
courts to interpret religious doctrine.
Unless that religious doctrine requires racism.
NO... they were deciding that the limitation of the exercise of
religion, resulted in involuntary servitude.... making Oregon a slave
State. And Slavery is unconstitutional.
Liberal Fascism was halted by the Constitution. Now the Bakery needs to
sue all the people and the State that was involved in the wrongful suit
against the Bakery and their Religious beliefs.
And when the Bakery wins the law suit against the State of Oregon then
they should set up as fund to donate Millions to groups that fight to
stop Liberal legal attacks and abuse of religious freedom.
Hear Hear! Well put!! Bravo!!


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