On Wednesday's New Day on CNN, co-host Michaela Pereira sympathetically gave country singer and gay rights activist Chely Wright a forum to complain about religious freedom initiatives in several Southern states, with Wright deriding the bills as "very bigoted" and "ridiculous."



Gayle King forwarded the agenda of the cultural left on Wednesday's CBS This Morning as she interviewed country music artist Chely Wright, an open homosexual. The Obama-supporting anchor targeted the country music industry for supposedly giving Wright the cold shoulder: "I'm a little disappointed and surprised by the reaction of the country music industry....they do seem, Chely, to have rejected you, ever since you came out."

King also gave an enthusiastic thumbs-up the musician's new documentary about her "coming out process." The CBS personality gushed, "Chely Wright, I have to say, your documentary took my heart and ripped it out a couple times when I was watching you."



Liberals are circulating the idea the God is pro-gay. Near the end of Monday night's Hardball, after a segment on gays, Chris Matthews tossed in his not-so-Catholic two cents: "I don't think your orientation is a choice, by the way. God has a lot to do with this.  Anyway, Michelle Goldberg, thank you. Charles Moran, sir, I love your organization." That group would be the Log Cabin Republicans. When Matthews loves you, you must be Republicans in name only.

The same theme came up in a Rosie O'Donnell satellite-radio interview on Friday with newly declared lesbian country singer Chely Wright, who declared: "I think God wanted me to [have a singing career], and I also think that God has been whispering in my ear for a very long time to come out as a lesbian...and I continued to override God and say, 'God...you [don't] quite understand Nashville. Let me handle this.'"  
 

On her coming-out interview on the May 5 Today, NBC interviewer Natalie Morales offered her an enthusiastic endorsement of her decision and drew out of her how God apparently just wanted her to "tell the truth" about her choices: