If Christians boycotted a gay businesses, harassed it on social media, posted death threats on the Internet, and forced it to close, what would be the reaction? A law to help protect them from anti-gay discrimination maybe?
Now transport yourself to Walkerton, Indiana, where the owner of a small town pizza business has been targeted by opponents of Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act after one of its owners answered a hypothetical question and said that if it were asked to cater a gay wedding it would have to decline.
- "Die in a pizza fire, haters!"
- "Eat a d***k and rot in hell! Kisses!"
- "... these owners are s****y humans"
- "Can't wait to read about your bankruptcy in the future."
It goes on. Don't you just feel the love?
I mean, gosh, it's almost like people with religious, I don't know, need a law to help protect them. Oh, wait. I guess that's what Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act is for.