If people weren’t a fan of the United States’ Supreme Court’s decision to make same-sex marriage the law of the land, then they probably were as upset as Bill O’Reilly was when the White House lit itself up in rainbow lights in celebration of the historic ruling.
The Fox News host described the Obama administration’s decision to flaunt the colors of the LGBT movement on “the people’s house” as “wrong and insulting.”
“What about all the Americans who believe that the redefinition of marriage is not the job of the Supreme Court?” O’Reilly asked Fox News contributors Juan Williams and Mary Katharine Ham.
Both weren’t exactly up in arms about it. Ham called it “a little bit of a football spike,” and harped on President Obama for flip-flopping on his support of same-sex marriage throughout his political career, while Williams called it “totally legitimate.”
“He uses the facility that is there for all Americans,” O’Reilly countered. “And don’t you think, Juan, it was in your face? He did an in-your-face to traditional Americans.”
Take a look at what the White House looks like when #LoveWins below.
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) June 27, 2015