Colorado baker who refused to make a gay wedding cake is back in court to fight another discrimination suit over a 'transition day' cake
Judge says he is inclined to move forward with court proceedings
On Thursday's episode of "Pat Gray Unleashed," Pat Gray and Jeffy Fisher noted that Jack Phillips — the baker who was sued for refusing to bake a cake for a gay wedding — is back in court after he refused to bake a "transition day cake" for a customer's transgender coming out party.
The state of Colorado has moved to drop that case, but the presiding judge said that he is inclined to hear the case. Watch the video above for details.
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On this episode of "LevinTV," Mark Levin highlighted why Democratic talking heads are so confident when they say, "Wait for the Mueller report."
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and other prominent leaders in the Democratic Party realize that once special counsel Robert Mueller releases his report, there will not be a burden of proof, there will not be a trial by jury. However, there will be a media and an audience, ready to proceed with the court of public opinion, and that court will declare President Donald Trump guilty of all allegations stated in the report, unfounded or otherwise.
That is why Democratic talking heads are so confident in the Mueller report.
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