Once more those who have had their desires annulled by the more astute middle America are now having a hissy fit. The self described important ones wish to make a statement, one that THEY think holds some meaning.
Back when Fool #44 had any power, they were demanding that people violate their beliefs abetted by bad law. With the change at the top, these gilded lilies are worrying that they may be forced to bend in likewise fashion. Pardon the pun.
Designer Announces She Won’t Work With Melania Trump
Sophie Theallet, a designer who has dressed Michelle Obama during her time as First Lady, published an open letter on Twitter announcing that she will refuse to work with Melania Trump. Theallet said that she will not associate with her due to Donald Trump’s “rhetoric of racism, sexism, and xenophobia” throughout the campaign. Theallet urged other designers to refuse to work with Melania as well.
Response to the open letter has been mostly mixed, with some praising Theallet for standing up for what she believes in, and others calling the whole affair a publicity stunt.
While Theallet is free to dress whoever she pleases, it’s kind of odd that people are cheering this letter yet at the same time demand that bakeries and florists cater to clientele that they don’t want to work with due to their personal convictions. This can’t go both ways.
As well it should. Giving them a taste of their own idiocy is condign. Since enforcing the cake baking law upon the Liberals and watching them squirm with the threat has a very high entertainment quotient, why not make them spend money for lawyers and some court time.
It is wonderful to see them frightened of having to deal with the same legal conditions they so gleefully nailed to Christian bakers and candlestick makers, but not Muslims striving in the same fields.
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