Karen Cheney on Why She Opposes Gay Marriage: It’s Not a Sin, Just Discrimination

“The Left Will Not Take No for an Answer” Todd Starnes took part in a double-header on “America’s Newsroom” talking about Trump’s potential Supreme Court pick, the fight to support Trump’s historic immigrant ban and …

“The Left Will Not Take No for an Answer”

Todd Starnes took part in a double-header on “America’s Newsroom” talking about Trump’s potential Supreme Court pick, the fight to support Trump’s historic immigrant ban and other hot topics.

Host Steve Doocy discussed Trump’s latest Supreme Court nominee, his proclamation to put an end to the Affordable Care Act and Kavanaugh’s activism as a judge.

American Family Association president and radio host AFA President Steve Gibson said Trump could make history in picking Justice Kavanaugh, who he said would be the “biggest potential justice” to save constitutional rights since Justice Potter Stewart, who was liberal on crime cases.

Gibson said he was “wrong” to fight hard against a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage in his home state of Montana, where local laws allow it, but not in his native state of Kansas.

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“There was a good reason for that, and that’s that I’m a conservative, and it was my friend’s wedding, and as a political union, it was really important for us,” said Cheney, who lived in Washington, D.C. after she left her senator husband’s Senate seat in 2005 to serve as a top surrogate for Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.

She said her politics have been “evolving” on LGBT rights since 2014, but she still believes gay marriage is a sin.

Cheney said in most cases, “we shouldn’t be discriminating,” but “we shouldn’t be promoting that discrimination either.”

What do you think? Watch the full interview above.

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