Apparently, America isn’t the only country where Christians (and only Christians) are being forced to act against religious beliefs to appease liberals. In England, there’s a controversy over a baker who didn’t want to write “support gay marriage” over a picture of Bert and Ernie on a cake. That this is causing drama is not shocking. Of course, everyone knows that Bert and Ernie weren’t gay.
… they were just ‘experimenting’.
‘Shocking’, is when celebrities are courageous enough to defend Christians’ religious freedom, like Patrick Stewart. Yes, Captain Picard, Professor X, and the guy who thinks it’s ok to eat pizza without eating the crust.
“It was not because it was a gay couple that they objected, it was not because they were celebrating some sort of marriage or an agreement between them,” said Stewart. “It was the actual words on the cake they objected to. Because they found the words offensive.”
He continued: “I would support their rights to say no, this is personally offensive to my beliefs, I will not do it.”
Personally, I think it’s outrageous that he would even suggest it’s ok to not eat the pizza crust. Of course, the outrage from the left on the whole religious freedom deal is already starting.
The way this usually ends is with Patrick Stewart’s publicist writing an apology that they tweet out on the actor’s Twitter account. This publicist ensures that Patrick feels very badly about his poor choice of words and that it won’t happen again. Stewart doesn’t seem like the type who isn’t going to care that people are bothered by his comments so I’m hoping that he stands his ground. The guy’s got a brass pair. A big, allegedly gay, brass pair.