MSNBC’s Ed Schultz was hyperventilating over the Indiana law today on his show as he accused the governor of Indiana and the right-wing of wanting the ability to arbitrarily kick gays out of restaurants and businesses. He even slandered the governor himself by calling him a homophobe. When the conservative guest, Ryan Anderson, who had just debunked Ed’s stupid theories about the law, called him out on slandering the governor, Schultz had his mic cut off:
Schultz finally had his mic cut back on and after making more stupid claims about the law that Anderson subsequently shot down, he and Anderson got into it again as the interview ended and Ed admitted to calling Pence a homophobe and stood by it, basing it on Pence’s view of traditional marriage. You can hear Anderson’s voice trail off telling Ed that it’s not discrimination to believe marriage should be between a man and a woman:
Kudos to Ryan Anderson for not backing down to Ed ‘The Bully’ Schultz.