Remember how the LGBTQIAAP community said their personal decisions wouldn’t affect you? Therefore you should support gay marriage. #LoveIsLove and stuff. Now they force you to memorize their ridiculous acronym. While pledging undying allegiance to all things queer. If you have religious beliefs counter to theirs, blue haired whales will destroy your name, livelihood, and call your puppy ugly (‘TOLERANCE’: Trump Supporters Forced to Shut Down Business After Threats, Harassment and WA Supreme Court Rules Government can FORCE Business Owners to Violate Their Conscience…).
Well here’s exhibit Q: a farmer in Michigan was banned from selling his produce. Because of his beliefs on same-sex marriage.
A farmers market and Facebook posts have opened a new front in courtroom battles over religious freedom.
Country Mill hosts a corn maze, birthday parties, weddings, and other events.
In 2014, two lesbians sought to be married in a wedding ceremony at Country Mill, but Tennes turned them down.
In 2015, the two women were married at another orchard. On Aug. 22, 2016, one of them wrote a Facebook post discouraging consumers from doing business with Country Mill.
After this post, the East Lansing official asked Tennes not to sell produce at the market, saying he feared protests.
Again, we’re talking about a farmer’s market. Protests at a farmer’s market? I guess this is 2017 after all.
Violent riots are hazardous for small town business. No one wants accepting, loving, open minded, leftists in the street expressing their tolerance by breaking windows. It’s better to ruin a family’s livelihood than having families witness vagina hats outside their homes.
No one showed up to protest that August day last summer, though, and Tennes continued selling organic apples, peaches, cherries, and pumpkins at the seasonal market until October, as he had done the six previous years.
Nevertheless, East Lansing moved earlier this year to ban Tennes’ farm, the Country Mill, from participating in the farmers market when it resumes June 4. The city cited its human relations ordinance, an anti-discrimination law that includes sexual orientation.
East Lansing Mayor Mark Meadows told the Lansing State Journal that the city’s decision to exclude Country Mill—also known as Country Mill Orchard—from the farmers market had nothing to do with religious beliefs, but with the farm’s “business decision” not to host same-sex weddings.
To review: a farmer didn’t host a gay wedding. And now he’s banished from selling his farmed goodies at a farmer’s market.
Riddle me this, LGBTQAAIP (silent F), how his bullying absolutely anyone who dares to not host one of your gay day events, helping to “bridge the divide” and creating “unity” and “understanding” between people of different sexual orientations? How does bullying anyone who simply refuses you a service at their place of business promote #LoveWins? After you answer that, do me a solid and condemn the fashion designers who refused to dress Melania Trump. Or the myriad of liberals who hate on Trump supporters (and businesses owned or operated by people who voted Trump) who you’ve applauded. For the simple act of refusing service to someone with whom they disagree. I’ll wait.