Must-See: Anderson Cooper on the Attack, as He Takes On the Florida Attorney General’s Record of Fighting Against the LGBT Community. Appropriate at This Time or Over-the-Line? Watch the Interview Now

Jun 14, 2016  •  Post A Comment

CNN’s Anderson Cooper, in a live interview this afternoon, confronted Florida’s Attorney General, Pam Bondi, about the fact that she has expressed sympathy toward the LGBT victims of Sunday’s early-morning massacre in Orlando, while in the past she has been opposed to LGBT issues such as gay marriage. Here’s the interview:


  1. Wow! What a hypocrite.

  2. Saw the interview. This is what’s wrong with the media in today’s world. He can’t just report on a tragic case of Islamofacist terror (murder). He has to make HIMSELF the story, riding to defend his “community.” Cooper doesn’t care about anything else. When do you think Cooper will have anything to say about radical Islam and their treatment of homosexuals and women??? He doesn’t want anything to do with that topic.

  3. Anderson, stop beating her up. She’s clearly a homophobe (and defensive about it). As amazing as this seems, there are still plenty of people in the 21st Century who are afraid of homosexuality. Calling them on it might be defensible from the “…but she’s a hypocrite!’ POV, but its a little like shooting fish in a barrel given the number of homophobes in this world. Moreover, highlighting these people affords other like-minded bigots solace and an opportunity to claim victimhood for her and others like her. The commission of this crime was clearly an attack against homosexuality but instead of airing fear mongers, let’s continue to report on the outpouring of love and support from the NON-gay community, thereby either isolating and ultimately out-casting those fear induced (and in some cases hate-filled) fringe operators or allowing them to one day be touched “…by the better angles of our nature.”

  4. What is AC’s problem, is there something that homosexuals don’t still have? If the Florida AG and many other Americans thought that marriage should be reserved for a man and a woman, it doesn’t make them homophobes or bigots. Most were more than content with civil unions for homosexuals and lesbians. It is the LGBT community who glories in their differences that demanded to be included as, for this instance, being the same. The real truth is only a tiny minority of homosexuals want or plan to get married, so the ruse is really a way to force churches and synagogues to change their bible and torahs or be labeled homophobes. Nothing is ever fair, nothing will ever be. Whatever is good for one, by default will be negative to another. True love is the answer, not sexual feelings.

    • Where have you heard gay people asking for the Bible or Torah to be changed? Is that a joke? Gay marriage being LEGALIZED by the GOVERNMENT has absolutely nothing to do with religion. That’s the thing uneducated people like you don’t understand. Gay people are not looking to force anyone else to change their lives or their religious beliefs. They just want equal treatment under the law. Religious homophobes are the ones always looking to impose their beliefs and lifestyles on others.

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