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Video: Catholic League's Bill Donohue Says "I Want the Law to Discriminate Against Gays"

| by Michael Allen

Appearing on 'Piers Morgan Tonight,' the Catholic League’s Bill Donohue offered some brutal honesty last night in a conversation with Morgan and the Human Rights Campaign’s incoming executive director Chad Griffin.

After comparing gay marriage to incest marriage, Donohue said that he “wants the law to discriminate” against same-sex couples.

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Donohue said: "I want the law to discriminate against all alternative lifestyles, against gays and unions. I want to promote and to put in a privileged position that institution of marriage between a man and a woman, which has been shown over and over to be the gold standard."