On Tuesday, Campus Reform uploaded a video in which digital media director Cabot Phillips asks students in Washington, D.C. about the Masterpiece Cakeshop decision by the Supreme Court.
Phillips asked: “So a Supreme Court case yesterday ruled that a baker in Colorado did not have to provide a cake for a gay wedding because of his religious beliefs and preferences. Do you agree or disagree with that ruling?”
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Phillips then flipped the script, and asked the students the following: “If there were an African-American baker, and someone came in and asked them to make a cake for a KKK rally, should they be forced to do it?” . . .
Phillips switched it up again, asking if a Jewish baker should have to make a cake for a Palestinian wedding. Still, some of the students continued to take a stand against the baker.
“As for his religion, I think that his ability to exercise his freedom of religion ends when that encroaches on another person’s ability to be who they are,” one student said.
(Read more from “Watch: Students Say Christians Should Bake Cakes for Same-Sex Weddings, but Change Opinions When Christians Aren’t the Subject” HERE)