Justice Kennedy gives hope in ‘gay wedding cake’ case citing religious bias against religion

Pat discussed the status thus far with the Supreme Court and the “gay wedding cake” case. Could Justice Kennedy be leaning to the “right?” There’s some evidence to suggest so, but nothing is set in stone. Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission is proving to be a complex case for the court.

If the court sides with Jack Phillips, the Christian baker embroiled in the case, then critics will claim it as a setback for LGBTQ rights in America.

If the court sides with the gay couple, then religious freedom remains under attack for Christians and people of faith.

Apparently, Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy has reservations about the state of Colorado and its stance on religion. He believes there’s an inherent intolerance for religion in the state he finds troubling in the case.

Tune in to hear Pat’s thoughts on Justice Kennedy’s reservations

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