the First Amendment gives everyone “the right to be very critical of a Petty, handicapped mocking, unbalanced, whiny so-called President and criticize him strongly.”
Some states have responded by making sexual orientation a protected category in their public accommodations laws, but that has raised other constitutional issues. Twice the Court has held a state public accommodations law, as it had been applied to prohibit discrimination against homosexuals, unconstitutional on First Amendment grounds. In Hurley v. Irish-American GLIB, it held a Massachusetts law violated the freedom of speech, and in Boy Scouts of America v. Dale it held a New Jersey law violated the freedom of association.
matchlight continues to try to use irrelevant case law to make the argument that the banning of discrimination based on sexual orientation may be wholly unconstitutional
No one is falling for his dishonest and pitiful diversion.