Media Research Center President Brent Bozell released an open letter Thursday to ABC News President James Goldston warning him and two talk-show personalities that if they don’t apologize for bashing Christians, he will ask his group’s millions of grassroots activists to contact advertisers.
It was Joy Behar and Sunny Hostin, co-hosts of “The View,” who made the offensive statements, with Hostin characterizing Vice President Mike Pence’s practice of his Christian faith as “dangerous” and Behar equating it to “mental illness.”
See the comments by Behar and Hostin:
Behar and Hostin, Bozell wrote, reacted to an interview in which Omarosa Manigault-Newman “trashed Pence as an ‘extreme Christian’ who has conversations with Jesus.”
Bozell said the panel “then took turns taking shots at the vice president’s faith.”
Hostin said: “When you have a Mike Pence who now puts this religious veneer on things and who calls people values voters, I think we’re in a dangerous situation. Look I’m Catholic. I’m aThis post was originally published on this site