It seems that Hobby Lobby has a religious right to falsely equate contraception with abortion
Regarding the Hobby Lobby case currently pending in the U.S. Supreme Court, there’s an overriding catch:
Religious freedom gives you the right to believe any sort of unscientific nonsense you want.
In this case, the nonsense takes the form of false claims that certain contraceptives are abortifacients, even though the medical establishment says that’s not true.
As Pete Williams of NBC News put it the other day: “The government has to take Hobby Lobby’s religious views as they come. So off the table is any question about the accuracy of how Hobby Lobby and another company, Conestoga, would view these contraceptives as agents of causing abortion.”
Political satirist Jon Stewart had fun mocking this situation last night, as we see HERE. (Warning: Some of the language is vulgar.)