There’s a double standard in America when it comes to obeying the law.
Conservative firebrand Dana Loesch took to social media to ask a very good and timely question: Why do businesses have to “follow the law” but cities labeled “sanctuaries” do not?
Businesses must “follow the law” and bake a cake but cities can ignore law and be “sanctuaries” for those who enter illegally?
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) July 10, 2015
Loesch was referring to a controversial Oregon couple who are in the process of defending their First Amendment rights after their bakery was fined $135,000 because they declined to bake a cake for a lesbian wedding.
Loesch raised the question of why Aaron and Melissa Klein should be forced to bake a cake against their religious beliefs when a “sanctuary city” such as San Francisco can simply ignore federal law and let illegal immigrants with criminal records roam free.
Of course, the tragic murder of Kathryn Steinle, 32, by a five-time deported criminal alien as she took a stroll with her father along a San Francisco pier has a lot of concerned citizens asking how that can happen.
But not everyone has his priorities straight.
That’s why Loesch decided to take the question to Twitter, and the responses were epic.
@DLoesch GREAT point.
— Rebecca Halton (@Rebecca_Halton) July 10, 2015
@DLoesch Welcome to Bizarro America. Everything is the opposite of what you think is right.
— I, Notar (@I_Notar) July 10, 2015
It seems that’s where we’re headed.
@DLoesch Yep, it’s the “law of the land” when it suits their purpose.
— Jim (@Ringo1256) July 10, 2015
— Dano (@DanoWright1) July 10, 2015
— Todd M (@jcmthe4th) July 10, 2015
Logic? What’s that?
— Doug Piranha (@Doug__Piranha) July 10, 2015
They may be onto something.
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