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Fox News Anchor Loses Her Mind Over Gay Marriage Ruling

There have been plenty of wonderful reactions to marriage equality. This is not one of them.

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Gawker caught this great clip of a Fox News anchor losing her mind over the Supreme Court's historic ruling in support of gay marriage this morning. The anchor, Martha MacCallum, is apparently so confused about what equality means that she literally asks Greta Van Susteren on air if this means three people can get married now.


"We're three people and we love each other and we want to be ‘marriage.’ What's to prevent that under this?”

Van Susteren didn’t have an answer for her, proving once and for all that there is indeed such a thing as a stupid question.

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