Adam Smith thought he was championing a cause but he gave a mean face to yet another contrived controversy. A conservative Christian business owner re-affirms his beliefs and up goes the straw man to be crucified. The reasoning? He contributes to so-called hate groups. Their offense? They have the audacity to help gays who want to be straight. It’s fine to disagree with that premise and side with the unproven argument that gays are genetically predisposed to be gay, but that’s a far cry from hate. Anyone who disagrees with any particular agenda of gay-activist attempts at thought control falls into this broadening category. Disagreement or dissenting views, even if backed by 6 or 10 or 14 thousand years of history are verboten. You will be branded as hateful if you take any position than the one you’re told is acceptable. A perhaps unexpected influx of people who saw it a little differently showed up to exercise free market and free speech. Roseanne said they should all “get the cancer” and the whole thing started to fade out less than 24 hours later- until Adam Smith brought some hate of his own to YouTube.
He bullied a very nice and very professional employee at Chick Fil-A. Give her a raise for her professional and civil demeanor!
Greg Gutfeld called it right when he said Smith became everything he was complaining about.
It’s hero vs. zero. Smith’s employer fired him. The universe corrects itself today.
Works for me.
And Adam Smith delivered a TKO to this whole contrivance.