Video: Fox News’ Megyn Kelly’s Gay Marriage Interview

Yesterday, WND posted a story involving Fox News “America Live” anchor Megyn Kelly that incorrectly attributed to her the view that the Bible prohibits mix-race marriage.

On further examination, it’s clear that Ms. Kelly wasn’t representing such views as being her own, but was summarizing the views of others – including a Virginia judge – who in the past have cited the Bible in their attempts to justify slavery, the subjugation of women and the prohibition of interracial marriage.

Read more from this story HERE.


Publisher’s Note: We join WND’s apology to Ms. Kelly.  Here’s the original video that we posted earlier today and linked to the WND’s original story.  The comments that were the subject of the original posting start at 3:45:

 

  • RonMar

    Joe Miller you blew it on this one and lost a lot of credibility with me. You are unfairly attacking Megyn Kelly and misrepresenting what she actually said. She did not say anything about her personal beliefs and understandings on what is in the Bible. She said “some folks turned to the Bible and turned to their religious beliefs and said ….” Then she expressed incredulity that opposition to interracial marriage based on the Bible showed up in a lower court case. (The lower court ruling was overturned by the Supreme Court.)
    If you can’t listen and quote accurately, Joe, I see no reason to read your claptrap blog or support your political ambitions.

    • MLR

      RonMar, you are so right!

      • joewmiller

        MLR, see the above comment.

    • joewmiller

      Ron, you’ll notice that we linked the originating WND story by the link in the above text. We’re going to sub in the retraction. Thanks for bringing this to our attention.

      • RonMar

        Good for you, but the article should never have been on your blog in the first place. It was harmful to your reputation. If someone other than you did it I suggest you fire them.

  • stephen vaughn

    Megan is usually right, but wrong in this case…who did Solomon marry and from where did she come from? She needs to brush up on her bible doctrine. Adam had the authority over Eve, but she wanted to change that and messed with the serpent….we all know what happened. Black ,white ,gay and straight, male or female, all are the same in Christianity…..and all have sinned and come short of the glory of God .. only One was perfect….pop vaughn

    • RonMar

      You need to brush up on your reading skills. Please see my other post. Miller has misrepresented what she actually said. Watch the video; you’ll see if your listening skills are any better than your poor reading skills.

      • A Proud American

        Megan Kelly comes across as a liberal Democrat most of the time on Fox because most of her views are just like the liberals of our country. Do not know why they have her on Fox.

        • RonMar

          Please learn to listen. The article is wrong about Kelly. She is far from being a Dem Lib/Prog or coming across as one on TV.

        • RonMar

          The atticle is wrong. Learn to listen. Kelly is far from being a Dem Lib/Prog and does not come across as one on TV at all. Read the thread. You certainly do not have anything to be proud about personally on your
          post(s) to this thread.

      • joewmiller

        Ron, you’ll notice that we linked the originating WND story by the link in the above text. We’re going to sub in the retraction. Thanks for bringing this to our attention.

        • RonMar

          Good for you, but the article should never have been on your blog in the first place. It was harmful to your reputation. If someone other than you did it I suggest you fire them.

  • Goo Gwaba

    Noithing wrong was said here.

    The only I saw that I disagreed with was the pastor saying that government hasn’t granted the right to marry in the Constitiution “yet”. There is no right to get married. Marriage was a religious institution before it was a civil one in this nation, and frankly…it’s time for the states to get out of the marriage business and leave it to the churches, synagogues, and mosques.