Greg Gutfeld: Gay Republicans Don't Fit Into The Democratic “Plantation”

Fox Co-Hosts Want Democrats To “Move On” From LGBTQ Issues

From the July 28 edition of Fox News' The Five:

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GREG GUTFELD: The most frightening thing to Nancy Pelosi, in her world, is people like Rick Grenell and Peter Thiel who don't fall into the -- their plantation of where gays should be. And also what she's forgetting is that all of these evil white males are married, often married to females. And they go home, and they talk, and they share values over dinner. And so when these females hear somebody like Pelosi trashing their husbands, do you think they're going to vote for her guy or her girl? I doubt it.

DANA PERINO: Why, Kimberly, can't they move on? I mean, they actually gotten what they wanted, what they said they wanted from the Republicans, which moved on. This is the first Republican convention in a long time where gay marriage wasn't a big issue.

KIMBERLY GUILFOYLE: I agree, and I remember there was a very memorable moment on the floor when Donald Trump was talking about it. And I was proud, I was like this is an open tent and the Democrats should move on, it's enough already.


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