MSNBC Now Uses 4-Year-Old Daughter of Anchor To Push For Gay Marriage

Jeffrey Meyer
April 7, 2013

MSNBC’s blatant promotion of gay marriage appears to have taken a bizarre and sad turn.  Krystal Ball, co-host of The Cycle, has taken to using her four-year-old daughter Ella as a prop in a pro-same-sex marriage video.

In the 3-minute video, Ball asks her young daughter a series of questions about who she is allowed to marry, eventually asking her what happens if she loves another girl.  Ball’s daughter, who is clearly taking cues from her mom, says that because she lives in New York she can marry another girl if she loves her.

Such blatant and disgusting use of political propaganda is a new low for the liberal MSNBC network.  Ball, who along with the majority of the Lean Forward network, actively promote gay marriage on a daily basis, feels that using her daughter to peddle her liberal agenda is appropriate.

Liberal politicians frequently use children as props for a political agenda, but it should be considered beyond the pale for a news network to allow one of its anchors to do so.


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2 thoughts on “MSNBC Now Uses 4-Year-Old Daughter of Anchor To Push For Gay Marriage

  1. Can you imagine if a Christian did the exact same thing, except against Gay marriage? They would be sued! And it’s sick to bring a young child into such a subject…the child obviously doesn’t really understand what she is talking about! That is just soooo sick! This is what happens when you allow crazy people to behave like normal people.

  2. Good morning Lyn! Hope you are having a good day in the Lord!

    It is really disgusting what this network and women have done. Using a small child to promote their agenda! You are right, if the shoe was on the other foot the outcry would be deafening! Sort of sounds like Islam, doesn’t it?
    God Bless! 😉

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