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Thursday, December 15, 2022

Web designer challenges same-sex marriage mafia with Supreme Court case

December 14, 2022  By Pandra Selivanov

The Supreme Court has long held that same-sex marriages are constitutional. That hasn’t stopped the LGBTQ+ mafia in Colorado from trying to force everyone to get on the same-sex marriage bandwagon, an issue currently before the Supreme court. Fortunately, there’s one simple question that could help the Court understand what’s really going on here.

In an odd juxtaposition of events, Biden has signed a same-sex marriage bill into law at the very time the Supreme Court is considering the case of Lorie Smith, a web designer who does not want to design websites for same-sex couples. The Respect for Marriage Act attempts to gain respectability by lumping together same-sex couples with interracial couples.

Interracial marriage was indeed a crime only a few decades ago. However, interracial marriage has been legal in all 50 states since the landmark 1967 Supreme Court decision, Loving v. Virginia, in which the court ruled that laws banning interracial marriage violate the Equal Protection and Due Process Clauses of the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Interracial couples didn’t then and don’t now need a new law to protect a right they have enjoyed for decades, and it seems a cynical ploy to use such marriages to prop up same-sex marriage...........To Read More....


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