BREAKING: Nathan Deal Caves to Hollywood and Vetoes Religious Freedom

Big money lefties get their way again.

In Georgia, Gov. Nathan Deal has vetoed House Bill 757, called by the left the LGBT Discrimination bill and by people who are right the Religious Exemption bill, which would have allowed individuals (such as clergy) and nonprofit religious groups from participating in or performing gay marriage ceremonies.

Deal's caving comes in the wake of threats from Hollywood and other big money, big business leftists that they would refuse to do business in the state if he did not veto the legislation, which was passed in Georgia by the government body elected by the people to act on behalf of the people. In other words, the big money on the left subverted the will of the people to reflect their own values. 

Paging Bernie Sanders.

"I do not think that we have to discriminate against anyone to protect the faith-based community in Georgia," said Gov. Deal in a complete betrayal of the faith community in his state and a total acceptance of the completely false characterizations of the bill offered by the rabid, activist left. 

No word yet on how Georgia will spend its thirty pieces of silver.