The owner of Discover Annapolis Tours, Matt Grubbs said he will lose about $50,000 in annual revenue because his religious beliefs are being denied.
In a letter to a potential client , Grubbs complained, “the law exempts my minister from doing same-sex weddings, and the Knights of Columbus don’t have to rent out their hall for a gay wedding reception, but somehow my religious convictions don’t count for anything.” He maintains the change will cost him about $50,000 in lost business.
But now for the best part, it was straight man, Chris Belkot, who exposed the Grubbs after finding his decision offensive and called it “repressive bigotry,” .
Belkot, sent Grubbs’ email to Annapolis news websites and fired off a response to Grubbs that read, in part, “It is your right to run your business any way you see fit, but let’s be honest here, you drive a trolley up and down a street. Not exactly God’s work.”
Frank Schubert, the scumbag behind Prop 8 in California and fought the passage of same-sex marriage in Maryland had this to say:
“This is exactly what happens,” Schubert said, adding that religious liberty is “right in the cross hairs of this debate. … The law doesn’t protect people of faith. It simply doesn’t.”
Lets remember the main point here, like race, sexual orientation is not a choice. Religion and bigotry are…Enough said.