Refusing service is ok again. https://t.co/RisRkrDPhK
— Dan (@danieltobin) April 12, 2017
Apparently it’s OK to deny service if your customer is Melania Trump, at least of you’re fashion designer Christian Siriano:
Fashion designer Christian Siriano on why he won't dress Melania Trump https://t.co/wDoDSzKI64
— TIME (@TIME) April 11, 2017
In summary, Christian bakers: “Bake that cake!”; Christian the fashion designer: “Nah!”
But christians must bake that LGBT cake or we will ruin your life. https://t.co/PbWg5jXloh
— Gregory Sloan (@GSloanMDK) April 12, 2017
BREAKING: Bakers refuse to.. Oh, wait. He's refusing to serve a Republican? Nevermind. As you were… https://t.co/udNqIginkn
— Seth Stuck (@TCBrawler) April 12, 2017
@TIME So Christian bakers will be afforded the same deference and understanding, correct?
— AmericanMom (@_Americanmom) April 11, 2017
Same reason a baker,caterer, event planner or photographer might want to choose their own clients ? https://t.co/Yoq8R6QSML
— Standing (@Stand4Justice1) April 12, 2017
What’s funny is that nobody even asked him to dress Melania Trump anyway:
Funny enough, if you read the piece, you'll see his services were never requested to begin with. https://t.co/kT2lwu2anP
— victorymonk (@victorymonk) April 12, 2017
But here’s an idea — Melania should “request a dress & sue if denied”:
@TIME Yet, someone who doesn't want to design a cake for a gay wedding is compelled to by law. Mrs. Trump should request a dress & sue if denied.
— That's No Snake Cult (@raindogtweets) April 11, 2017
She should as she’s on a roll!
KA-CHING: Daily Mail reportedly settles with Melania Trump https://t.co/bikioQFJ5m
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) April 12, 2017