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Well, well, well. It took a few years, but it seems some of the hosts of The View have come around on religious liberty.

Well, now that private businesses making decisions on who they serve benefits the political Left.

Whoopi Goldberg compared Big Tech’s censoring of conservatives and banning of President Donald J. Trump to Jack Phillips, a Colorado baker who refused to make a cake for a gay wedding.

Goldberg noted that private business has “every right” to keep people off their site and called it the “same thing” as a baker not wanting to bake a cake for homosexuals.

Others on The View agreed with Whoopi.

Sunny Hostin noted private companies have every right to do what they are doing.

“The First Amendment really relates to government action and not the action of private companies,” she said.

However, if we rewind to 2017, Phillips actually appeared on The View. Phillips was asked if he ever considered what Jesus would do in his situation. Joy Behar declared that Jesus would have made the cake.

Because if anyone knows what Jesus would do, it has to be Joy Behar, right?

Goldberg, back in 2017, said religious freedom does not allow you to discriminate.

Funny how time, and circumstances, can change a person — as well as their principles.

But that is what happens when there are no principles at all.

Author: Jacob Hall