UNFAIR: Business Declines To Host Gay Wedding Then Faces Appeals Panel Of GAY RIGHTS ACTIVISTS?


Have you heard that some fashion designers are refusing to dress Melania Trump? If that’s OK, why are businesses not allowed to decline gay weddings?

A bed and breakfast in Illinois came under fire for declining to host a gay wedding. When they went to an appeals board, it was made up of gay marriage activists.

Christian News reported:

Appeals Panel Made Up of ‘Gay Rights’ Activists Allow Fine to Stand Against B&B That Declined Same-Sex Ceremony

A bed and breakfast owner in Illinois says that the unsuccessful appeal of his discrimination ruling and fine was “fixed” and “corrupt” as he has learned that two of the three commissioners appointed to the case are homosexual activists.

“The fix was in from the get-go,” TimberCreek Bed and Breakfast owner Jim Walder opined to reporters. “The public probably assumes that these three commissioners were non-partisan, fair and neutral when the exact opposite was the case.”

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As previously reported, Walder runs “an upscale Christian country bed and breakfast,” situated in the midst of a small farming community. The facility hosts church retreats, baby and bridal showers, business meetings and other events…

“This feels like blatant reverse discrimination against all business owners, Christian or otherwise, by the IHRC, which is supposed to be an unbiased, neutral party in resolving complaints,” he said. “It begs the question how this unelected commission’s rulings can ever be taken seriously again.”

Again, why is one business allowed to refuse customers and another is not?

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