Deluded hate group leader Tony Perkins seems to believe that there is a First Amendment right to appear on cable news shows. He writes:
The Supreme Court’s definition of marriage may have changed, but the Left’s goals haven’t. In the year since five justices tried to overturn thousands of years of human history by legalizing gay marriage, liberals were supposed to have gotten what they wanted. Twelve months into this brave new world, nothing could be farther from the truth. Americans have watched in horror as LGBT activists kick their agenda into high gear with fierce fights for transgenderism and against Christianity, religious liberty, parental rights, and free speech. Proving what FRC has said all along, the Left has only moved on to its next target: the First Amendment.
On the one-year anniversary of the Obergefell decision, extremists at the George Soros-funded Media Matters made a desperate pitch for TV networks to stop featuring both sides of the debate, and specifically, FRC experts. “It’s time for the media to stop letting anti-gay activists comment…” they argue. “For years, major cable news networks have hosted FRC representatives to comment on LGBT equality without identifying FRC as a hate group… Despite the efforts to stop outlets from letting FRC representatives conflate their extremism with mainstream Christianity, the group continues to have a significant media presence.” As usual, the Soros crowd is frustrated because they’re trying to steamroll this agenda through — and the more Christians like FRC’s resist and speak up, the more it stalls their agenda.
This should be a warning to every Americans: we will lose our First Amendment freedoms if we don’t exercise them. FRC is one of two groups Media Matters is targeting, which shows just how effectively we are representing you in the media and on Capitol Hill. We can’t allow them to silence us. That’s why we need people like you to stand with FRC in pushing back against this attack on our first freedom. Will you join us? With just a few days left in our fiscal year, you can help FRC continue to fight for your values against cultural bullies like these. If we don’t speak up, who will?