The conservative Catholic organization Legatus is finding that its extreme and alienating anti-LGBT rhetoric is harming its reputation and ability to retain mainstream speakers. Just this week, actor Gary Sinise, Fox News anchor Bret Baier, and Molson Coors chairman Pete Coors, have all cancelled appearances at the Legatus annual conference, citing the controversial and extreme positions the organization has taken in regard to the LGBT community.
If the facts are laid out so clearly, why does Mick Huckabee and Fox News ignore them?
Fox News insists the IRS "intentionally leaked" NOM's documents after judge says that's not the case
It wouldn't matter to Tony that all of the quotes are presented intact and linked out to their sources. They use the fact that they dislike and disagree with GLAAD as a way of discrediting the hard facts.
But as is usually the case with Perkins, Megyn Kelly made no mention of Tony's daily denigration of LGBT people, she didn't do any sort of digging to find out what drives her guest's advocacy. In fact, she didn't even really push back on anything he said.
He made it perfectly clear that LGBT people are who he wants to stop, and was quite happy to make opposition to LGBT rights his sole reason for impeaching a sitting U.S. Attorney General. But what did the Fox News host say to challenge him? Nothing.
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Fox News acknowledged that its jokes about ‘intersex’ were offensive to actual intersex people.
Fox News said of intersex, "Whatever that is." The youth of Inter/Act want them to know exactly what intersex is.