Mississippi Judge Shuts Down State's Anti-LGBT Religious Freedom Bill — Calling It 'State-Sanctioned Discrimination'! Whoo!
Swing and a MS, homophobes!
Case in point: a Mississippi judge just blocked an anti-LGBT religious freedom law just hours before it went into effect Friday morning!
U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves struck down House Bill 1523 on Thursday night, meaning The Hospitality State will not be able to breed any more bigots like Kim Davis.
Basically, the unconstitutional Protecting Freedom of Conscience from Government Discrimination Act would have given clerks and businesses the ability to refuse services to queer people due to their own religious beliefs, but Carlton wasn't about to have his state tarnished by a few prejudiced nut jobs, writing: