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04/16/2013

NOM exploits MSNBC host's sweet moment with her kid, calls it 'cringe-inducing'

by Jeremy Hooper

I already showed you that truly nasty attack that conservative writer Jeannie DeAngelis waged against Krystal Ball simply because the MSNBC host talked to her kid about marriage equality. Now look who is getting in on the smear campaign, calling Krystal's chat with five-year-old Ella "cringe-inducing":

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National Org. For Marriage

This coming from an organization that has created multiple political ads with children advocating for discrimination that they are far too young to understand (and will surely be embarrassed by at a later date). So don't be fooled: It's not the kid inclusion that makes NOM cringe—it's the support for equal rights!And, of course, the fact that Krystal and Ella are simply adorable.

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**THE sweet segment in question (one of several regular, nonpartisan, human interest segments that Krystal has done with Ella):

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