"Carlson attempted to derail Greaves into a fight of counter-examples by saying he hasn’t “seen a single case of an Evangelical forcing any kind of bakery to bake a cake that violates the baker’s personal beliefs”. Greaves didn’t take the bait and stayed on his message, which was good.
Denial of Accommodation Lawsuits Happen All the Time
What Carlson is attempting to do there is ask for a specific set of circumstances which haven’t happened so any counter example can be dismissed as ‘not quite the same thing’. The broader issue is members of a religion suing a business to demand accommodation and in that respect there is no shortage of counter examples."":