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In the shadow of the Capitol Dome seen five nights a week over Bret Baier’s left shoulder swarms a vibrant gay culture. Bottom line: Don’t expect truly “Fair and balanced” reporting on LGBT issues from Fox News.It can no longer be called a subculture, because it is fully insinuated into daily life in the halls of power on Capitol Hill and is integrated as completely normal within D. She reportedly bagged three league championships for her school team, and set a school record with 5-under-par round in a 9-hole match.In an interview with , she reveals that her dad, who was also a good golfer, would tag her along before she could even walk. Kathryn might be in her early twenties, but when we look at what she has achieved in the course of her career, the success is utterly unmistakable.
And although Baier most likely wouldn’t see it that way, that message comes across loud and clear to Catholic viewers occupying the vast world outside the beltway. Dianne Feinstein, D-California, we all know that Catholic “dogma lives loudly within” Judge Amy Coney Barrett.Shepard Smith, who officially came out in a speech at his alma mater last year, said being gay is “not a thing. Of all the Fox News Channel programming, “The Five” has the highest density of pro-gay sentiment among its regulars: former host Eric Bolling, Dana Perino, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Greg Gutfeld, and Geraldo Rivera. Fox News broadcasts from midtown Manhattan and Washington D. Both cities have large gay populations, with the nation’s capital boasting a higher density of gays than any state in the union. In essence, Fox and Baier publicly favor sodomy for gays over and above chastity.“I am a lifelong Mass-attending Catholic – I’m a lector at my parish.Her unwavering support for gay “marriage” was displayed throughout.When one of the gay men suggested that there is no putting the same-sex marriage “genie back in the bottle,” Kennedy agreed, saying, “It’s not just a matter of cultural curiosity, it is something that has reached critical mass and there is now cultural acceptance and rightly so.” “I think a lot of people think it’s time for the court to move on to other issues,” she added.