DNC’s Wasserman-Schultz: Christian Bakers Should Have to Serve Gay Couples

The marriage debate is over, Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz declares – but a landmark Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriage still managed to spark a heated exchange on the ABC talk show “The View.”

“The marriage equality decision is settled,” Wasserman-Schultz tells The Daily Signal in a videotaped interview posted Wednesday.

“Love is love and now everyone in America enjoys the protection of the United States Constitution when it comes to who they choose to marry legally.”

Though the High Court decision “doesn’t mean that churches and religious institutions have to conduct same-sex marriages and it doesn’t mean that religious institutions aren’t able to practice their own values,” Wasserman-Schultz maintained the Christian bakers who refused to make a cake for a lesbian wedding were way out of line.