Tatum, New York Times, Oran discussed on Washington Today

Automatic TRANSCRIPT

Just a little bit valve me in dave i they feel like we're two regular guys that just were wrong and we decided to save it for ourselves i feel like uh david i do not have the agenda we do have hope he dreams we want our friends and families meaningful lives we want to grow old together we really linked ragdoll kitties in most importantly what everyone be treated equally you know we all deserve air and equal treatment and that flavor ears today so i was good you a little tatum and hopefully we can be a little louder than the other side and because you know in the ends of love always win so i use say went right however thank you oh hi i'm vehicle mm this isn't about a cake his has never been about a cake indecision about wedding has never been about wedding no this is about freedom freedom for lgbt people to live full lives in public and not in constant fear that they will be denied basic service in businesses fired from their jobs or wound their homes just for who they are when people in a world where they can legally be turned away the field rejected they feel unsafe they feel like they don't belong in our society simply for being born different and unless society chooses to embrace their rights some of them will simply choose to remain hidden cut off from world in who they really are to this day charlie in eyes experience at masterpiece cake job is a persistent memory the memory of the mortification in humiliation doesn't just go away is always there the next time we walk into a business wondering went through the same thing will happen maybe we should just we are engaged in oran mary just be safe in the next son someone harasses you on the streets a little bit of you wonders if maybe you to survey with more on today's oral arguments inside the supreme court were joined on the phone with adam lift tech of the new york times he was inside the court in let's begin with the argument put forth by charlie craig david mullins what kind of discrimination they.

Coming up next