Fox News talk show host says gay marriage is a conservative victory


Fox News talk show host Greg Gutfeld has called the Supreme Court’s ruling that the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is unconstitutional a “conservative victory,” because it will curb “promiscuity and other destructive lifestyles” in the lives of those in the LGBT community.

In an appearance on talk show “The Five,” Gutfeld said that the way he saw it, “I feel this is a huge conservative victory, because you can no longer deprive someone of an extremely traditional value that makes your life better. Talking about myself, marriage to my wife made me a better man. I want to impose that value on others, because that’s what right-wingers do.”

Gutfeld also claimed that LGBT people need to be more sensitive to the needs of religious conservatives, who he said would take a while to “work through” their issues with these rulings.

Gutfeld then went on to talk about “radical Islam.” He said that “gay activists” now need to stop their cause to focus on “radical Islam” instead.

“It’s fun to mock and make fun of Fred Phelps, who [is]harmless, pathetic… but go to a mosque, talk to radical Islam,” he said.

“Think about your compatriots in Iran who are dying because of their sexual orientation. There are people that are boycotting the Boy Scout events, but… bands still perform in Dubai.

“There’s a lot of hypocrisy going on, on that side, that needs to be solved.”


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