Supreme Court Upholds Free Speech over LGBT Authoritarianism
Today, the Supreme Court issued its decision in 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis, ruling that government authorities may not compel a graphic designer to create a website celebrating a same-sex marriage if doing so violates her beliefs. Such coercion is in violation of the First Amendment, according to the Court’s majority.
In response, Terry Schilling, president of American Principles Project (APP), released the following statement applauding the ruling:
“For years, the far left has been trying to force all Americans into affirming its sexual tenets. Up until now, their campaign had been largely successful. The LGBT agenda has been imposed everywhere, from schools and colleges to Wall Street and Hollywood. Even our government spends millions every year to promote this cause both at home and abroad.
“But such overwhelming control has not been enough. Their movement aims to eliminate all dissent, even if that means punishing an unassuming graphic designer with a small business. Those who once called for mere tolerance now demand total fealty, with dire consequences for all who refuse.
“This is, of course, unconstitutional and un-American, as the Supreme Court has rightly held today. But more importantly, it is also inspiring a shift in public opinion. Thanks to the overreach of the far left, parents are fighting to reclaim their school boards, people are boycotting woke companies like Bud Light and Target, and state lawmakers are acting to protect their constituents from gender insanity.
“Americans are waking up, and a political reckoning is coming.”
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