John Kasich Tells Christian Bakers Who Refuse Gay Wedding to ‘Move On,’ ‘Make Them a Cupcake’

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Republican presidential candidate John Kasich said that social conservatives need to “move on” from the issue of gay marriage and Christian wedding vendors shouldn’t deny service to same-sex weddings.

During a Monday appearance at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, the Ohio governor was not afraid to touch on the issue of marriage, an issue that has not been heavily discussed throughout the 2016 election cycle by other Republican candidates.

Although Kasich said that he, as an Anglican, believes that marriage is a union between one man and one woman, he again repeated the claim that it is time for conservatives to drop the subject and move on to more important issue
Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling last June that legalized same-sex marriage, Kasich, 63, told “CBS Face the Nation” that the “the court has ruled and it’s time to move on,” adding that there are “so many other things now that we have to focus on.”