News & Politics Has a Word for the 'No Gays Allowed' Hardware Store Owner

The site's Twitter account remains delightfully snarky.

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Possibly one of the most entertaining Twitter accounts to follow is's, which offers insightful or snarky tweets on news of the day.

For example, on Tuesday offered this advice:


On Thursday, many on social media were furious after an anti-gay Tennessee hardware store owner inaccurately interpreted the Supreme Court's ruling this week on the Christian baker's wedding cake case.

Jeff Amyx posted a "No Gays Allowed" sign on his door, making clear he was invoking what he thinks are his "rights of freedom of speech & freedom of religion." That warning happens to be posted on another sign on his storefront.

The "No Gays Allowed" sign wasn't hard for Amyx to come up with – he had posted the same thing days after the Supreme Court's 2015 ruling on marriage for same-sex couples. was not about to stay silent.

Exercising its own "rights of freedom of speech," so to speak, the company weighed in on the story:



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