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The Sopranos, Michael Imperioli against the Supreme Court: “Bigots and homophobes must not watch my shows”

The Sopranos, Michael Imperioli against the Supreme Court: "Bigots and homophobes must not watch my shows"

The Sopranos actor against the decision of the US Supreme Court which has in fact legitimized discrimination: “America is getting more and more stupid”.

The Sopranos, Michael Imperioli against the Supreme Court: 'Bigots and homophobes must not watch my shows'

In the coros of a post published on Instagram, Michael Imperiolistar de And the Sopranoshe made fun of the recent decision of the US Supreme Court, stating that he wants to prohibit “bigots and homophobes” from watching his shows, including the famous HBO series.

Michael Imperioli is one of many Hollywood actors who have spoken out against the Supreme Court ruling in favor of a Christian web designer who sought legal protection for discriminating against same-sex marriages because of her religious beliefs.

I have decided to prohibit bigots and homophobes from watching ‘The Sopranos’, ‘The White Lotus’, ‘Goodfellas’ or any film or television series in which I have participated“, wrote Imperioli. “Thank you Supreme Court for allowing me to discriminate and exclude those I disagree with and oppose. USA! USA!“.

In response to some replies contesting his post, Imperioli defended his statement, writing that “hatred and ignorance are not a legitimate point of view” is that “America is getting dumber“.

The Supreme Court’s decision was announced on Friday and comes as a major blow to LGBTQ protections. In this specific case, web designer Lorie Smith wanted to explain why she would not create websites for same-sex marriage couples, as she is against it due to her religious beliefs. Under Colorado law, you said it would be illegal to publish such a statement. The case was referred to the Supreme Court on free speech grounds.

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The ruling was just one of several victories for conservative politics to emerge from the Court this week, including a decision to cancel President Biden’s student loan forgiveness program and declaring affirmative action unconstitutional in the college enrollment process. college.

We recall that the Supreme Court has a conservative majority thanks to the decisions of the Trump presidency.

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