Woman says she’s totally okay with discrimination until it’s against her

LEXINGTON, VA – A woman in favor of private companies exercising their freedom of expression took to Twitter to share her disappointment that a private company exercised their freedom of expression.

The owner of the restaurant, Stephanie Wilkinson, told Ms. Sanders that she “has certain standards that I feel it has to uphold, such as honesty, and compassion, and cooperation.”

I’d be interested to hear her explanation behind this, or how it’s different than a Colorado baker refusing to make a cake for someone. It’s interesting, but not surprising, that she feels this business doesn’t get to express themselves in a manner similar to the Colorado baker because she was the target of discrimination. She has the power to stop and reflect on things, and the ability to change. She can stop being a lying liar who constantly gets caught in lies.

But the obvious hypocrisy behind Sarah’s outrage isn’t the only problem for her:


Schaub is a former Director of the Office of Government Ethics, so I think he knows a thing or two about the subject.


But this doesn’t seem much different than the president himself clearly breaking ethics rules by attacking a private company:

… Or his perpetual endorsement of the Fox Fantasy News channel. So I don’t expect much to happen with this, if anything.

Written by Dan Broadbent

Science Enthusiast. Atheist. Lover of cats.

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