Bret Baier Explains His Cancellation At Legatus

Bret Baier Explains His Cancellation At Legatus

Fox News anchor Bret Baier, in an email shared today by anti-gay Peter LaBarbera, explained exactly why he cancelled his speech at the upcoming anti-gay Legatus Conference:

I am a lifelong mass attending Catholic – I’m a lector at my parish. I consider myself to be in line with my Church on most things. This isn’t about me.. but, describing homosexuality as a ‘disorder’ and talking about ways to ‘cure’ people from it – does not seem to line up with the loving, accepting Church that I know. Nor does it match up with how Pope Francis has talked about the issue recently.

I couldn’t speak because of that – I don’t wish the group any harm, but after Gary Sinise pulled out.. as a newsman, Fox agreed that I could not be surrounded by that controversy… as much as I would have loved to have talked about my book, my faith, and my son’s battle with congenital heart disease.

That is the truth.

Bolding is mine.

And there you have it.

(via Good As You)