Mike Huckabee Defends Religious Freedom For Indiana Citizens

Apr 2nd, 2015 | By | Category: Weekly Washington Updates

Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee appeared on “The Kelly File” last night to discuss the leftist media firestorm over a recently passed Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) law signed into law by Indiana Gov. Mike Pence.

Huckabee told Kelly:

“I’ve never seen anything so utterly off the mark in my life, trying to say that the RFRA law is actually discrimination. It is most certainly not.”

He continued:

“Discrimination is when someone comes into the pizza place, they are turned away because they are black, or because they female, or because they are gay,” he said, adding that ordering a pizza doesn’t give any clue if someone is gay.

“If you want me to show up and deliver a cake with two men on top of it,” Huckabee said, “because I’m a Christian, then I’m not gonna be able to do that. That’s not discrimination, that’s discretion.”

Learn more about the Indiana RFRA: Here Is What the Indiana Religious Freedom Law Would Do.

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2 Comments to “Mike Huckabee Defends Religious Freedom For Indiana Citizens”

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  2. Mike Spaniola says:

    I believe I watched this segment. Gov. Huckabee deserves credit for his defense, but he then blames Christian for not taking a more active role, for not voting in numbers great enough to overcome the opposition. This is not the case, and he slips in to the demonically devised trap of being uncomfortable in letting the blame rest where it should: with subversive politicians and hateful (but useful idiot) activists who slander and libel.

    Does Huckabee remember how voters were overruled in Colorado in 1992 after passing a law barring homosexuals from receiving special rights? Does he forget how Congress and even Clinton passed DOMA (defense of marriage act) only to be shot down again in court? I could list a few dozen such instances, and there are hundreds I’ve forgotten or about which I’m unaware.

    As Mr. Murray points out in in a recent update, Congress has the right to impeach, including federal judges, and the means to act more aggressively in general, to cite just this passage. But Congress has not; they don’t stand up and behind the people out here (Christians, in particular in this case) who work so hard and long to fight back. So, Gov. Huckabee, you might want to stop your presidential pandering to people who will never vote for you and quit insulting those who might.

    Finally, what about corporate fiduciary responsibilities in giving away money to blackmailing Gay-stapo groups? And why is our military not protecting us from this imperial presidency? Oh, it is so much garbage being heaped on garbage.