BEN SHAPIRO (HOST): So, with the Democrats taking the Senate, they're now going to move ahead with a vote on a gay marriage bill. Now, what is the purpose of a gay marriage bill? There is no purpose to a gay marriage bill. Obergefell's already been ruled upon. And a simple gay marriage bill is not even a constitutional amendment.
So it's not even above and beyond the Supreme Court ruling. The Supreme Court ruling is still the law. If the Supreme Court ruling were overturned, a quick majority in the Senate could quickly overturn this law. But the idea here is that you're going to get all the Republicans on record as to whether they support or do not support same-sex marriage.
Now, let me just put this out there for the Republican senators. If you vote for the idea that society has an obligation to recognize male-male or female-female dyads in the same way that society has to recognize male-female, you should not be in the Republican Party. You shouldn't.
The reason I say this is not because I wish to shrink the size of the Republican Party. Because if the fundamental basis for human society is male-female-child, and if you think that by passing a law you can change that reality, you do not belong in government.