Democrats are hell-bent on destroying America’s heritage completely.
It’s shocking how much they hate America’s heritage.
A top Democrat claimed a beloved Christmas classic is racist — and you can’t guess which.
The Supreme Court is starting to consider a case that will have huge implications for freedom of religion going forward.
The case 303 Creative v. Elenis revolves around Colorado designer Lorie Smith, a committed Christian who designs websites and is challenging the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act, saying the law compelled her to express support for same-sex marriage.
Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson suggested that the designer’s argument could be used to endorse racial discrimination against people of color in a hypothetical “It’s a Wonderful Life”-themed photo shoot.
“I want to do video depictions of ‘It’s a Wonderful Life,’ and knowing that movie very well, I want to be authentic, and so only white children and families can be customers for that particular product. Everybody else… I will sell them anything they want, just not the ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ depictions,” Brown Jackson said to attorney Kristen Waggoner, CEO, president, and general counsel of the Alliance Defending Freedom. “I’m expressing something, right? … I can say anti-discrimination laws can’t make me sell ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ packages to non-white individuals.”
“I would say first of all … when there is a message and a status and it’s overlapping, the court would say that message wins in that instance,” Waggoner responded.
Jackson questioned Waggoner further.
“I have certain products I will only sell to white individuals because the speech that I’m trying to depict is the authentic depiction of that scene as I understand it, and that I want to put out there in the world and it has my signature on the bottom of it, so people are seeing my photos and I want my photos of it‘s a wonderful life to be authentic, meaning no people of color,” Jackson said, continuing the hypothetical.
Jackson then came up with a hypothetical of a photographer who refused to photograph non-white children with Santa Claus.
“Can you give me your thoughts on a photography business in a shopping mall during this holiday season that offers a product called scenes with Santa?” Jackson asked Waggoner. “This business wants to express its own view of nostalgia about Christmases past by reproducing classic 1940’s and 1950’s Santa scenes they do it in sepia tone and they are customizing each one, it’s not off the rack, they are bringing people and having them interact with Santa as children because they are trying to capture the feelings of a certain era. But precisely because they are trying to capture the feelings of a certain era, their policy is that only white children can be photographed in this way because that’s how they view the scenes with Santa that they are trying to depict.”
“The specific objection you are including is not necessarily in that photograph but even if it were, this court has protected vile, awful, reprehensible, violent speech in the past,” Waggoner responded after some back-and-forth.
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