Ana Kasparian rips Mississippi's new anti-gay law: 'Bake the f*cking cake and shut the f*ck up'
Ana Kasparian blasts Mississippi's HB 1523 on April 6, 2016. (The Young Turks)

Young Turks host Ana Kasparian blasted conservatives -- lawmakers and otherwise -- in Mississippi on Wednesday over the lengths to which they have gone to promote their "religious liberty" with the passage of HB 1523.

"Religious business owners in the state would rather lose out on business because they're so hateful toward a specific group of people," she said. "Think about that for a second. Just bake the f*cking cake and shut the f*ck up. Seriously, why is it such a big deal? What's gonna happen? Do you think that as you're in the process of blending your ingredients, you might think about touching some other man's d*ck? What goes through their minds? Just get over it."

The law allows employers to cite "sincerely held religious beliefs" as the basis for implementing dress codes and other criteria in the workplace, and also lets businesses choose to refuse to render services to same-sex couples.

It has already provoked criticism both online and from the private sector, has also prompted three states to ban non-essential state travel to Mississippi.

"Here's one thing that Republican politicians eventually listen to: businessmen," co-host Cenk Uygur argued. "When corporate powers start telling you to bow your head, that's what Republican politicians were made for."

Watch Kasparian and Uygur's commentary, as aired on Wednesday, below.