As per usual, the Left swooped in and sought to punish the young family for wrong-think. In its usual display of tolerance and diversity, it sought to deny their farm the right to come and sell its wares along with others from the region.
As a denizen of rural Ohio, I can tell you that Farmers Markets are not some quaint, humble little hobby. For some it is. For others it is their life. And once again, in the name of diversity and tolerance, we have the Left coming in and using a blacklist mentality that would make the HUAC turn its head. It almost shamelessly attempts to use threats of censorship and legal retribution against those who reject the beliefs and opinions and values it embraces.
Thankfully, the Alliance Defending Freedom stepped in and filled the void once occupied by the ACLU. The result was a win for freedom, including those of the LGBT community. Because if we insist that only people who think the way liberals demand they think can have rights, it takes no effort to imagine a time when suddenly being liberal just won't be enough to sustain those rights.
Bonus: Most unintentionally ironic statement of the article:
“We’re just gathering to say there are a lot of LGBTQ people in the city,” Marlow said. “We should support each other and support businesses that are tolerant.”
Yes, because nothing says tolerant more than hoping the government will come in and banish someone who doesn't think the way I demand he thinks. The toughest part of dealing with the modern Left is dealing with someone who actually believes they are being tolerant by demanding conformity to their opinions and values.