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06/20/2014

Video: For #March4Marriage perspective, 'Washington Times' interviews Tony Perkins' radio producer

by Jeremy Hooper

For it's video covering NOM's hilariously failed march for marriage discrimination, The Washington Times, NOM's official media sponsor for the march, interviewed one person from the anti-equality side. That person just so happens to be the producer of Tony Perkins' daily radio show. What are the odds?

With all due respect, Chase, most of us aren' going to buy into you're "we're not against anyone" schtick, considering you quite literally help push out the message of a man with one of the most anti-gay quote banks of anyone working in modern politics. "Washington Watch" is where Tony says some of his worst stuff, and his guest lineups—which I would assume you are tasked with booking, Chase—make up a who's who of anti-LGBT animus. If you don't want to be party to that, Chase, then see if Sirius is hiring. As it stands, you are, in fact, a cog in the anti-gay machine.

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