In the video below, college students are asked if people should be able to refuse business based on their beliefs. One example given is a fashion designer who doesn’t want to work with Melania Trump. They all agree that’s OK. Then they’re given the example of a Muslim refusing business based on belief which they all think is just fine.
Then they’re asked the same type of question about a Christian photographer turning down a gay wedding and things get a little more… difficult.
Breitbart has the story:
WATCH: Students Support Religious Freedom for Muslims, Not Christians
Several students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison admit that Muslims should not be forced by law to do business with Christians. Those same students, however, had a hard time agreeing that Christians or conservative Americans have the right to decline work that conflicts with their conscience or religion.
In a viral video published by Arizona-based nonprofit Alliance Defending Freedom (ADL), students were asked if they support Sophie Theallet’s decision not to dress Melania Trump.
Several students agreed that Theallet — one of many fashion designers declining to dress the first family — has every right to refuse to dress Mrs. Trump…
When asked if a Christian photographer should be allowed by law to decline to shoot a same-sex wedding, the students appeared torn.
Watch the video:
Isn’t it amazing to watch them squirm when asked about Christians. Why is the standard so different?