Christians, Jews Under New 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Claims Anti-Gay Activist (Audio)

| by Michael Allen
article imagearticle image

"Don't Ask, Don't Tell" was a law signed by former president Bill Clinton that banned gay U.S. service members from mentioning that they were homosexual.

That law was repealed in 2011 by President Barack Obama, but an anti-gay advocate claims that Christian and Jewish service members who oppose homosexuality are under a new "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," notes (audio below).

Speaking on the "Drew Mariani Show" on Thursday, Professor Robert George, cofounder of the National Organization For Marriage, stated: "Instead of being applied to homosexual soldiers, it's now applied to Christians and Orthodox Jews and other believers, who are allowed to think that homosexual conduct is sinful and immoral, but they're not allowed to say it. They're not allowed to reveal that's their view. It's kind of a 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell.'"

Sources: New York Times and