Ep. 379 - A Christian Baker Finally Got Punished for His Anti-Trans Bigotry

Jun 18, 07:09 PM

This week, we talked about karma for a Christian bigot baker, the Supreme Court, Florida's moment of silence law, and a Republican lawmaker who just came out.


Jessica and I sat down to talk about several stories from the past week involving religion and politics.

— The Christian baker who wouldn’t make a cake for a trans customer lost his case. (3:38)

— Was the Supreme Court’s disappointing decision in Fulton actually a win for church/state separation? (14:50)

— What is going on in this weird video of Ted Cruz randomly saluting a flag? (30:30) 

— Atheists overwhelmingly oppose the death penalty. Christians, not so much. (32:33)

— A Trump-loving Republican politician in West Virginia came out as gay. (39:42)

— Florida will now force kids to observe one minute of silence in school. (46:13)

— Does the new leader of the Southern Baptist Convention know the people he’s leading? (50:50)

— Christian liar Kayleigh McEnany says she’s not a liar because she’s a Christian. (1:04:50)