Seth Rogen: Hobby Lobby Attacked For Anti-Semitic Jewish Holiday Policy

Seth Rogen’s Hobby Lobby tweets have been attacking the popular store for allegedly being anti-Semitic in how it treats Jews and their holidays.

As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Hobby Lobby appreciation day supported their stance on religious freedom.

Hobby Lobby declares itself a Christian company and they believe their employees shouldn’t be forced to accept health coverage which includes the morning after pills, which they believe amounts to abortion.

But some people claim Hobby Lobby’s Jewish holiday policy is unofficially being anti-Semitic. These allegations claim Hobby Lobby has a “policy against carrying art supplies for Jews, Jewish holidays, and other such turnings they believe are out of line with their Christian beliefs.”

No evidence of this has been found but one Hobby Lobby employee reportedly told a Jewish customer that we don’t “cater to you people.” Hobby Lobby officially condemned this statement, saying the “comments are in no way indicative of Hobby Lobby culture, the owners and the operators.”

Still, this hasn’t prevented Seth Rogen, who is Jewish, from going on the attack against Hobby Lobby.

What do you think about Seth Rogen’s Hobby Lobby tweets?