White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has celebrated the Supreme Court’s ruling in case of a baker who wanted to gain a legal right to discriminate against gay people and to deny them in service as he believed that his Christian faith demanded him to do this. Sanders said that the POTUS’ administration is pleased about such a decision. In part she said: “The First Amendment prohibits government discriminating against the basis of religious beliefs, and the Supreme Court rightly concluded that the Colorado Civil Rights Commission failed to show tolerance and respect for his religious beliefs.” However, Sanders was caught in a bind when Peter Alexander of NBC News asked why the president’s support for “free speech” did not extend to NFL players who knelt down during the national anthem in sign of protest against racism. To this she said that free speech should not go contrary with respecting the national symbols. However, it seems alright for her when free speech goes contrary respecting other people.