April 1, 2015: Rush Limbaugh on bakery driven out of business by activist homosexual bullying
“It’s 10 people. We researched it. We know who the people are. We know where they live. Virtually 85% of all the so-called outrage e-mails and tweets are generated by 10 people, made to look as though they are thousands and thousands and thousands. It’s all fake. It’s all phony. It’s all part of a left-wing, massive smear operation. …It’s all strategized. It’s all organized. It all has, as its objective, being turned down. They target places that they think this is gonna happen, and then they’ve got their response ready to go to make it look like the whole nation.”
“CALLER: I just wanted to bring up a point that I think everybody seems to be missing when they’re screaming about cakes. This law has nothing to do with discriminating against anybody. All it provides for — whether you’re gay, a person of faith, or anybody else — is that you have standing in court to prove your case. Whether you’re the plaintiff or the defendant in the matter. It has nothing to do with somebody… You’ve got to go through people due process on whatever side of the equation you’re on. I think everybody conveniently forgets that, that’s screaming about wedding cakes.
“RUSH: Yeah, that’s true, but this argument… See, they don’t accept that, because they say that your refusal to serve a cake, bake a cake for a gay couple getting married, that’s discrimination. To you, you are simply behaving according to your religious beliefs, and you do not want to violate them, and you do not want to behave immorally. But you do not have that right. They call that… Fealty, devotion, loyalty, whatever — devotion to your religion — in this context, equals discrimination. Ergo, religion is bad, and it’s for closed-minded bigots and fruitcakes. That’s what they want you to believe.”