Colorado Attempting To Exterminate Christian Beliefs AGAIN, AG Barr silent
World Net Daily reports:
"A federal judge has affirmed a Colorado law that effectively bans business owners from freely expressing in public their religious beliefs about marriage and homosexuality."
Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate comments, "Colorado is attempting to enforce a Christian free zone in violation of Christian free speech and religious liberty protections, and the only hope is that the Justice Department investigates the criminal conspiracy to deprive Christians their civil rights under the U.S. Constitution."
World Net Daily continues:
Colorado was the loser in a similar dispute, the Masterpiece Cakeshop case in which the U.S. Supreme Court ruled the state show "hostility" to the Christian beliefs of Jack Phillips in its handling of his refusal to make a cake for a same-sex wedding. Since then, openly homosexual Democratic Gov. Jared Polis has pursued a gay-rights agenda that includes allowing people to indicate their sex on driver's licenses according to their "gender identity" and banning counselors from helping young people who want to rid themselves of same-sex attractions.
Now, Judge Marcia Krieger has upheld a Colorado law that barred web designer Lorie Smith and her studio 303 Creative "from publicly expressing the religious reasons she declines" to promote same-sex marriage.
Smith, defended by the Alliance Defending Freedom, filed the lawsuit against members of the Colorado Civil Rights Commission, Attorney General Cynthia Coffman and Aubrey Elenis, director of the Colorado Civil Rights Division.
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