The Washington State Supreme Court recently ruled against an individual’s beliefs as a Christian.

Baronele Stutzman was charged with discrimination for refusing to provide a gay couple flowers for their wedding.

But now, she’s fighting back, and along with her lawyers, will take her case all the way to the Supreme Court.

Ironically, Stutzman feels she is the victim in this case, as she was only exercising her First Amendment rights.

Breitbart News reported:

“Barronelle Stutzman, a florist in Richland, Washington, had been fined by a lower court for denying service to a gay couple in 2013. Stutzman said she was exercising her First Amendment rights, and her lawyers immediately said they would ask the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn Thursday’s decision.

Stutzman entered the florist business 30 years ago when her mother bought a flower shop and she started as a delivery person.”

The gay couple whose service she refused sued Stutzman for discrimination, along with Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson.

Both the lower courts and the state supreme court upheld the ruling of the case in favor of the gay couple.

Breitbart New reported:

“In a February ruling, Benton County Superior Court Judge Alexander Ekstrom found that Stutzman’s refusal to provide flowers because of sexual orientation violated Washington’s anti-discrimination and consumer protection laws. She has been fined $1,000, plus $1 in court costs and fees.”

Supporters of Barronelle Stutzman were outraged when hearing that she lost the case.

Breitbart News reported:

“After the arguments in the Supreme Court case last November, at a packed theater at Bellevue College, a large crowd of Stutzman’s supporters greeted her outside, chanting her name and waving signs with pictures of roses that said “Justice For Barronelle.””

This is just one of many cases where the justice system is trying to protect social agendas rather than constitutional rights.

If Stutzman does indeed take her case to the Supreme Court, then perhaps the new Supreme Court justices will find justice for Barronelle after all.

What are your thoughts?

Do you agree with the ruling of Washington state?

Or, do you feel it is a violation of constitutional and religious rights?

Leave us your thoughts in the comments section below.