No one is talking about this massive Supreme Court ruling. And it may just be freedom-lovers’ biggest victory of all.

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Democrats have been suffering more losses at the Supreme Court recently than ever before. 

While most have been talked about ad nauseam as Democrats claim the sky is falling there is one massive Supreme Court ruling that not even Republicans are talking about.

And it may just be freedom-lovers’ biggest victory of all.

Do you like winning?

Democrats are so used to getting their way on absolutely everything, they’re about to go into cardiac arrest over what’s been happening to woke extremism at the Supreme Court lately.

Democrats simply aren’t used to this level of losing. 

They win elections even when they aren’t polling well, magically finding just the right number of voters almost every time they need them, but they just can’t seem to find a vote on the Supreme Court. 

After a four-year stretch that saw former President Donald Trump seize the opportunity to appoint three Constitutionalist Justices to the Court, Democrats have been weeping as their authoritarian power grabs and unconstitutional policies are demolished one after the other.

Many have suggested that the Court’s ruling striking down race-based college admissions that saw certain races given preferential treatment over others was the biggest victory of the 2023 session.

Others have suggested that the Supreme Court ruling President Joe Biden’s unconstitutional power grab to unilaterally take more hundreds of billions, if not trillions, of tax dollars from working class Americans and redistributing them to their upper middle class, college educated base of liberal arts graduates through his student loan debt “forgiveness” program was the biggest victory for the nation.

But in truth, the most monumental ruling to come out of the Supreme Court this year is not about affirmative action or Biden’s authoritarianism –  it’s about religious liberty.

Biggest religious liberty victory in years

In a stunning 9-0 ruling in Groff v. DeJoy, the Supreme Court reaffirmed religious liberty protections guaranteed in the First Amendment by ensuring employers can’t discriminate against people of faith.

For decades, employers were allowed to deny employee’s religious accommodations – if not fire them – in the event that providing the religious accommodation would impose anything more than a minor, or “de minimis,” cost.

This has resulted in Christian employees being fired for merely following the sabbath. 

Last week, the Supreme Court ruled that employers can’t refuse an accommodation over a minor cost or inconvenience.

The Court ruled that Title VII of the Constitution requires employers to provide religious accommodations as long as the accommodation doesn’t “result in substantial increased costs in relation to the conduct of its particular business.”

If you don’t think this is a big deal, just think about the fact that nearly every major corporation in the United States is forcing its employees to participate in one “Pride Month” activity or another.

Now, employees no longer have to fear being forced to violate their religious belief, so long as the accommodation does not result in a substantial cost for the employer. 

Should corporations be able to force employees to participate in Pride Month?