By:  Gary DeMar

Ellen DeGeneres has disinvited Kim Burrell from appearing on “The Ellen Show” because the popular Christian singer addressed the issue of homosexuality at her church by calling it “sin” and the “spirit of delusion.” Someone recorded Burrell’s message and made it public and awakened the LGBT hate-community.

After hearing about Burrell’s condemnation of the sin of same-sex sexuality, Ellen responded by disinviting her to keep the popular singer from using her show as a platform for her anti-homosexual views.

Most of you are familiar with the story of a baker who refused to make a cake for a same-sex wedding. The baker did not refuse to sell the customers a cake. The issue was the message that the same-sex couple wanted on the cake.

Sweet Cakes by Melissa was fined $135,000 for acting in terms of the owner’s personal beliefs in the same way a black printer would be within his rights to refuse to print signs for a pro-KKK rally, or a Jewish baker would be within her rights to refuse to bake a cake for a Nazi-themed wedding or Ellen who does not want to have someone on her show who is critical of same-sex sexuality. Each of them should have the freedom to refuse to support a view he or she does not support.

The hypocrisy is great with these liberals. They want to have the right not to associate with people that do not agree with their views while denying people the same right who disagree with some of their views. One is a “righteous discrimination” while the other is “hateful discrimination.”

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