Ever wonder how Conservatives reconcile their rage about Sarah Huckabee Sanders being ejected from a Virginia restaurant with their rage about bakers being forced to make wedding cakes for gay wedding?
Jeanine Pirro took up the question on Saturday night, as guest Chris Hahn took the position that Sanders should have been served and that so should have the gay couple denied a wedding cake by a baker in Colorado.
"No, no, no, no, let me explain the difference!" Pirro yelled. "Where religion is involved—freedom of religion, religious freedom takes priority. That baker had no problem serving gays, he didn't want to make the wedding cake because that was contrary to his religious beliefs! The wedding! He'd ell them 9 million chocolate cakes."
"It's a slippery slope," Hahn said.
Hahn didn't push the subject too far—Pirro has cut off his mic before—and Pirro quickly changed the subject.
"That's not the point," Pirro said.
Pirro then pivoted out of the subject and into a discussion about Florida Attorney General being confronted by patrons at a movie theater.
"Pam Bondi, should she have filed criminal charges?" she asked.