Photo, above: The Colorado gay couple who lost their Supreme Court fight to force a Christian baker to bake them a wedding cake

Would those of you who still believe the mainstream media is honest, please raise your hands.

OK, just a few of you. Well, this article is for you.

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NBC’s headline for the story accompanying the photo, above reads….

The ruling was NOT “narrow!” It was a 7-2 ruling in favor of Colorado baker Jack Phillips. But, NBC was not the only dishonest media outlet reporting a “narrow” victory for Mr. Phillips.

The New York Times headline read…. In Narrow Decision, Supreme Court Sides With Baker Who Turned Away Gay Couple”

Forbes also somehow determined that a 7-2 victory is “narrow,” as did Reuters.

AP declared that the Supreme Court ruled “narrowly” in favor of Mr. Phillips.

A 78% consensus is NOT narrow! If you own 78% of a company, you are not a minor shareholder.