Over in the convoluted thread about the Red Hen Restaurant denying service to Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Biffster bounced around with all sorts of reasons why it was wrong.
Shortly before tomndebb imposed closure, the Biffster came up with this gem:
First off, Biffster, quoting Canadian law isn’t really of much value in a discussion about something that happened in the US, other than sending some sort of signal of moral smugness.
But second, if you’re going to quote Canadian constitutional law, at least have the decency to get it right. The Charter applies to governments. It gives rights to citizens, which governments have to respect. See s. 32:
Nothing in there about applying to restaraurants, restaurant owners, staff of a restaurant, or anyone else who was involved in the denial of service.
Whether that denial was a good thing or not is debatable, but please get your law right, in the interests of fighting ignorance.