So apparently in Shepard Smith’s ideal world, we have both gay marriage and Sharia. What will Shep says when supporters of Sharia start throwing gays off of tall buildings, as they do in the Islamic State, and in accord with Sharia? Will he continue to deny reality and find some new way to blame “right-wing extremists”?
“Fox’s Shepard Smith rips Christian ‘haters’ who support Kim Davis,” by Cheryl Chumley, WND, September 9, 2015:
Shepard Smith, Fox News host, cut into his own press conference coverage of the release of Kentucky clerk Kim Davis from jail to rail against her, as well as those who supported her denial of wedding certificates to same-sex couples, saying such is simply a “religious play” that has no business in government service.
He also compared Kim Davis supporters to those who oppose Sharia law, characterizing them as one and the same when it comes to ideology.
“They set this up as a religious play again,” Smith said, Mediaite reported. “This is the same crowd that says, ‘We don’t want Sharia law,’ don’t let them tell us what to do, keep their religion out of our lives and out of our government.’ Well, here we go again.”
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An obviously frustrated Smith then described the progression of Davis’s case as a mish-mash of confusing legal pursuits.
“When this started, this lawyer said he needed an accommodation for a woman who wanted one,” Smith said. “She said she didn’t want her name on a license for “gay” people. Now they’ve come up with one, they’ve let her out of jail … But it’s not what they want.”
Rather, he said, “they” now want to pursue new claims against gay marriage.
“This is what they want, what you’re hearing now, and this [is] what they’re going to get: stirred up argument and a couple of days in the news cycle, and they’re going to be able to make these claims.”…