Dustin Siggins


Bill O’Reilly: Same-sex ‘marriage’ advocates work through ‘threats and demonization’ (video)

Dustin Siggins

April 25, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Fox News host Bill O'Reilly says same-sex "marriage" advocates have crossed the line with "threats and demonization" of political opponents.

On April 21, the top-ranked host in cable television launched a discussion with Fox News contributors Mary Katharine Ham and Juan Williams on the resignation of former Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich due to "intimidation."

Some extreme homosexual activists are saying "if you donate money to a traditional marriage cause, we're going to hurt you. We're going to...find out where you live. We're going to try to take your job, maybe do vandalism to your home."

O'Reilly referred to comments made by the executive editor of TheNation.com, who said that homosexual friend wanted to go after traditional marriage supporters in their homes. Other examples of threats and intimidation include a New York state legislator who faced death threats, churches being vandalized, and lawsuits having been filed against Catholic schools for holding to traditional Christian teachings on same-sex "marriage."

Williams and Katharine Ham generally agreed with O'Reilly's assessment, with Williams pointing to the treatment of Chick-fil-A's CEO and Phil Robertson over their disapproval of same-sex "marriage."

Making a distinction between targeting and individual decision-making, O'Reilly said that it wasn't wrong for those who support homosexual relationships to boycott shows and businesses. "All American consumers have the right to go where they want to go" with their business, he said.

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O'Reilly has said he is a supporter of civil unions for homosexuals in the past.

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