With a headline like this, USA Today shouldn’t be surprised when we call them FAKE NEWS.
SCOTUS isn’t reopening any national debate over same-sex marriage, they are hearing a case about religious liberty when it comes to baking a cake for a gay wedding.
The Supreme Court has agreed to reopen the national debate over same-sex marriage. https://t.co/eqlM74Qcfp
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) June 26, 2017
Highly irresponsible tweet/article. No one is debating whether gays can marry – the debate is whether Christians have to bake their cakes.
— Aaron Lee Mathis (@aaronlmathis) June 26, 2017
Thank goodness people are calling this out, otherwise we’d see tons of protests in the streets with crazed people shrieking about how gay marriage is a right.
Even though it’s not, and neither is straight marriage, but we digress.
This case isn't re-litigating same sex marriage. Please stop spreading #FakeNews
— Dick Ng Bimbos (@BillySullivan7) June 26, 2017
But it’s all they know.
They are not deciding who can get married. They are deciding if a busines can be forced to participate. #fakenews
— Not Sure (@mr233) June 26, 2017
Your headline is fake news.
— Just Brad (@bradcundiff) June 26, 2017
It's about freedom of expression and freedom of association not gay marriage. Kept up the hype for the Left though.
— motionview (@motionview) June 26, 2017
Sadly too many people just read a headline … so we’re guessing this was no mistake.
Nice click bait
— GLBSoccer (@GLBSoccer) June 26, 2017
Hey @USATODAY the bad journalism store called, they're running out of you!
— George CantStandYa (@TheJerkStore07) June 26, 2017
Did you have an internal contest to see who could write the most dishonest, misleading, inflammatory headline here?https://t.co/FOMyv4MDXu
— BonkPolitics (@BonkPolitics) June 26, 2017
Hey, gotta keep the people angry, right?