I find this no different that if a news station refuses to air an ad they disagree with. If MSNBC can refuse a prolife ad then a photographer, baker etc should be able to refuse to provide service for a gay wedding. This is simply a matter of individuals being able to exercise their conscience and not be compelled into involuntary servitude by the state.
In the wake of the Mozilla CEO’s termination, a political purge is coming. You may legally be able to deny them exposure, but they will come after your livelihood (and don’t expect the Injustice Department to go after them for racketeering and political shakedown activity).
“If MSNBC can refuse a prolife ad then a photographer, baker etc should be able to refuse to provide service for a gay wedding.”
You’re absolutely right, but it’s time to jettison the idea that the left, who controls the media, courts, schools, governments, both political parties, and entertainment, wants fairness. We need to put away the idea that fairness and reason is an argument we can win, or that we can win any argument. Then we can go from there: figure out how to regain our liberty.
I simply don’t see how this can be illegal. On what charge could he be arrested?
I would simply not show up. If they go ahead with the wedding I’d say I had a flat. If they postpone it I’ll have a flat the next time.