When Bill Clinton passed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act 1993, the left loved it. Minorities like Muslims, Sikhs and Native Americans used it to win the right to carry out certain religious practices specific to their faiths.
But suddenly a similar bill in Indiana is creating a furor.
The left has finally figured out that Christians could use this law to protect their rights to freedom of religion and association, too.
CEOs like Apple's Tom Cook are loudly denouncing the Act as "homophobic," because, for example, Christian bakers could use it to argue in court that they shouldn't be forced to made a gay wedding cake.
This backlash is especially hypocritical because last year, Apple started doing business in homophobic, misogynist Saudi Arabia, where gay people like him have bigger problems than wedding cakes.
Let's be clear: The backlash against the Indiana law isn't a pro-gay campaign at all -- it's anti-Christian.
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