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SCOTUS Justice Barrett Pointed Out ‘Real Issue’ in LGBT Weddings Case

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Conservative Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett was recognized for grasping the’real problem’ in the landmark ‘LGBT wedding cake’ case before the court. In contrast, a radical Marxist Justice, Sonia Sotomayor, said to the world that she had never grasped the fundamentals of the United States Constitution, particularly how the founding constitution viewed religious freedoms.

And the distinction between the two ladies should be examined to see what is wrong with the extreme left and why they should not be in charge of defending the United States Constitution.

Monday, the United States Supreme Court heard arguments in the case.

“For nearly a decade, the justices have dodged and weaved on this clash of legal values, declining to hear some cases and punting on one involving a baker who refused to make custom wedding cakes for same-sex couples. But now the issue is back before a far more conservative court, a court that reached out to hear Monday’s case even before any same-sex couples complained that they were the victims of illegal discrimination,” NPR reported, adding:

The complainant in the lawsuit is Lorie Smith, a Colorado web designer who has produced a variety of unique websites for customers over the previous decade.

“The lead attorney who represented Colorado web designer Lorie Smith before the Supreme Court this week said she believed Justice Amy Coney Barrett “identified the real issue” in her client’s fight to refuse working on same-sex wedding websites, which violates her sincere religious beliefs,” Kaelan Deese reported for the Washington Examiner, adding:

Smith, a Littleton-based web and graphics designer, was represented by Alliance Defending Freedom CEO and attorney Kristen Waggoner, who told the Washington Examiner that Colorado’s Anti-Discrimination Act caused her client a six-year “constitutional injury” because it would compel her to create messages for clients whose lifestyle goes against Smith’s religious conscience.

The complainant in the lawsuit is Lorie Smith, a Colorado web designer who has produced a variety of unique websites for customers over the previous decade.

“In terms of Justice Barrett’s question, I thought that it identified the real issue here, which, again, is about what the message is and not who the person is,” Waggoner said, noting that Smith “serves everyone” and has worked on projects in the past for LGBT clients.

Monday, December 5, 2022, Kristen Waggoner of the Alliance Defending Freedom, accompanied by her client, Lorie Smith, a Christian graphic artist and website designer from Colorado, talks outside the Supreme Court in Washington after arguing before the Court. The Supreme Court will hear the case of Smith, who objections to developing wedding websites for homosexual couples; this is the most recent conflict between religion and LGBT rights to reach the top court.

Deese continued:

During oral arguments on December 5, Barrett echoed Waggoner’s assertion that Smith’s disagreement is “about the message” when she provided a hypothetical scenario regarding whether she would develop a website for a heterosexual couple getting married after divorcing others. Waggoner stated that her client would likely not design for the couple in question.

Smith, who founded her firm 303 more than a decade ago, previously told the Washington Examiner that Colorado’s prohibition prevented her from launching her wedding internet business.

More on this story via The Republic Brief:

Waggoner added that Justice Neil Gorsuch’s arguments on Monday also captured the crux of Smith’s argument when he compared the web designer’s situation to speechwriters being forced to write a press release on something they oppose. CONTINUE READING…

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