Fox News reporter Todd Starnes was asked about gay marriage leading to man-dog marriage by Rachel Lamb of the "Joni" Daystar TV show in August.
The "Joni" panel was discussing a Colorado baker who discriminated against gay people when it came to wedding cakes, which led to comparisons of gay people and humans who have sex with animals.
"Is it discrimination if they wanted to make a cake for, you know, them and their dog?" asked co-host Rachel Lamb, noted RawStory.com (video below).
"They’re going to get married to their dog?" added Lamb. "Is that something that’s going to hold up? At what point do we say, ‘Okay, you know, this is not okay? Enough is enough.’”
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Starnes replied, "When you redefine marriage, that means anything goes. You’re no longer allowed to say, well, you can’t marry. Well, who are we to say who can’t marry if we’ve already redefined it. So, now, it really is anything goes.”
However, not one state or judge that has allowed or ruled for same-sex marriage has said, "Anything goes."
According to RightWingWatch.org, Starnes also claimed that Canadian hate crime laws would come to America and put pastors in jail (video below).
"I believe we're going to start seeing those hate crime laws here in the United States," said Starnes. "I think we're going to see some pastors who may have to go to jail to defend their religious liberty."