This of course is a big dilemma for people such as myself who actually believe that if you followed the clear reading and documented intent of the Constitution, things would be considerably better on many fronts… The left has managed since the mid 60’s to shut down property rights, business rights to hire and choose who it sees as the best fit and make and sell products to whomever they wish… I believe that is the only way social policy becomes an agreement of all citizens and for a few it will sideline their views … even if it isn’t fair. Culture is not a legislatable feature of a healthy society.
Silenced by court case after court case, the right has said for years that business should have the right to serve and sell whatever to whom ever… the left have suddenly agreed… Not about cakes of course but Google fires based on political views but I remember a time when a business would be taken to court for not pushing diversity. Twitter shadow bans political thought it doesn’t agree with but if a right leaning company did similarly to oppress liberal thought… off to court they would be dragged… Dicks sets its own legal age for purchasing a product…
I agree that google should be able to run its shop as it chooses… I agree that Facebook can ban users it doesn’t like but I also believe that the baker can turn away a customer and if the left want to say ‘separation of church and state’… and make it stick in court then it is up to the right to push that same ethos… except that the right doesn’t believe that it is an issue for the court.
As I said, this is quit a dilemma because if those who believe in the Constitution don’t push back against the left in the same way the left have pushed against the right… The left wins. If those who believe in the constitution but take the left to court on the same unconstitutional grounds that the left used… The left wins.