Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Anderson Cooper vs Amy Kushnir

Posted By on Wed, May 21, 2014 at 3:35 PM


Everyone weighed in on the infamous short, celebratory kiss that aired during the NFL Draft. Michael Sam, NFL's first openly gay athlete, kissed his boyfriend after he was recruited by the St. Louis Rams. A knock off Texas version of The View received their 15-minutes of fame after Dallas morning co-host Amy Kushnir expresses her disdain for Sam's public display of affection. She said it was forced on the general public and to think about the children. Thankfully, Cooper dug up some footage of Kushner kissing a couple of male strippers  during a previous episode.
Unfortunately, Kushnir told Glenn Beck she received a number of threats because of her comments. She said she won't shut up and express her opinions.

(via CNN & HuffPo)

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