She speaks with the experience and authority of someone who is openly gay and has seen first-hand the contentious struggles, pro and con, over so-called ‘gay rights’ in America.
Conservative radio host and Fox News contributor Tammy Bruce said on Fox and Friends Thursday morning that over-the-top opponents of Indiana’s newly enacted “religious freedom” law are like a “wolf pack” who are acting like “fascists.”
As Mediaite noted of the interview, Tammy Bruce said she was shocked at the response to the RFRA controversy and that “the gay rights movement risked turning into fascist bullies,” though she’s not surprised that liberals have enflamed the controversy for political purposes.
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“If there’s anyone in the world who should understand the vulnerability of being a minority, of being somebody that maybe others don’t understand or relate to, the vulnerability about work and jobs, being able to live your life as you see fit, it’s the gay community,” Bruce said.
Meanwhile, The Indianapolis Star reports that the so-called “fix” to the law unveiled by Indiana legislators Thursday morning is being welcomed by many who have expressed concern with potentially lasting damage to the state’s reputation.
“Business, civic and sports leaders who have strongly called for a fix to the divisive ‘religious freedom’ legislation flanked Indiana Republicans as they announced sexual orientation and gender identity will be explicitly protected in the new law.”
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To see Tammy Bruce’s passionate criticism of how other members of the gay community have viciously attacked the Hoosier State’s RFRA legislation recently signed into law by Governor Mike Pence, click on the video above.
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