Today two cases of unjust discrimination based purely upon political orientation have unfolded. 1) Mike Lindell’s Bank is refusing to service him. 2) ATT’s Direct Tv is resfusing to carry One America Now broadcasts.

The question at hand is, “Does a privately owned company have the right to refuse service to someone based purely upon political circumstances?”. It would seem to be unlawful to do so. Yet Facebook, Twitter & Youtube seem to be breaking the law every day. And so is Mike Lindell’s Bank and OANs Direct Tv.

If a cake maker can be found guilty of unjust discrimination in refusing to make a cake for a gay couple, the the exact same rules should apply to any privately owned service catering to the public.