The Supreme Court recently ruled in favor of free speech in 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis, a case that involved a wedding announcement website designer whose Christian faith prevented her from supporting non-heterosexual marriage.
The designer wanted to post a notice on her website to explain her faith-based view, and refer non-heterosexual patrons to other designers who may provide services to them, but this would have violated a Colorado law that prevented discrimination.
She sued and won.
The SCOTUS ruling said that the First Amendment prohibits the state of Colorado from forcing a website designer to create expressive designs speaking messages with which the designer disagrees.
Justice Neil Gorsuch said in his 6-3 majority opinion, “as this Court has long held, the opportunity to think for ourselves and to express those thoughts freely is among our most cherished liberties and part of what keeps our Republic strong.”
Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz disagreed, saying it was "deeply disturbing to watch the U.S. Supreme Court again move our nation backwards" in this ruling that protected the First Amendment right to freedom of speech.
It's no wonder Bysiewicz got slammed in comments on Twitter.