Pardon me, your ignorance is showing.
Hollywood heavyweights James Van Der Beek and Anna Camp made a video intended to mock Indiana’s “Religious Freedom Restoration Act,” but inadvertently made a great point for those who support the law.
The video depicts Van Der Beek and Camp as hosts of a shop from home type TV show selling various wares and questioning callers sexuality before they agree to sell them the merchandise.
When refusing one caller who identified as gay Van Der Beek and Camp had the following exchange.
“Here in Indiana we have a religious freedom law which means that we don’t have to serve anyone who threatens our religion,” Van Der Beek said.
“I mean can you imagine a world in which a gay couple asks you to make a cake and then you actually have to sit down and make it,” Camp replied.
The exchange highlights the lack of knowledge many opponents have about the law which is no way allows a business to refuse to serve a gay couple if they came into their business or called into their “shop from home channel” to purchase goods.
The pair ended the segment by bringing out a classic watch which Van Der Beek said reminded him of the “days of the drive-in movie theater and main street and the whole classic soda fountain with the sign above it that said ‘whites only.’”
Way to not get it.
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