The SCOTUS compared Black kids in Ku Klu Klux Klan outfits to reality in its effort to determine whether or not a baker has the right to express her homophobia towards customers

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Supreme Court Justices are once again back in the spotlight amid a case involving a Colorado website designer that is outright refusing to serve gay customers even though it appears she has previously stated that she does the New York Times reports. But Lorie Smith the designer in question maintains that she also has a First Amendment right to outright refuse to serve those same gay customers.

The justices posed a series of hypothetical questions to lawyers for 2½ hours, per NBC News.

One hypothetical from Justice Samuel Alito was about a “Black Santa” at a shopping mall sending away children dressed in Ku Klux Klan outfits. The comparison of course has reiterated criticism of the court with many wondering how exactly people can still take the Supremes seriously.



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