Published: Sat, October 12, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Warren dunks on hypothetical same-sex marriage hater at CNN town hall

Warren dunks on hypothetical same-sex marriage hater at CNN town hall

And that's exactly what happened at last night's CNN town hall on LGBTQ issues, where Elizabeth Warren was confronted with a question from an audience member about how she'd deal with a hypothetical supporter who said their faith made them anti-gay marriage.

During the town hall, the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates were asked questions exclusively about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer issues.

"And I'm going to say, 'Then just marry one woman!'" the presidential contender said. "Harris said her pronouns were she her and her's, I said mine too", Cuomo wrote in a tweet.

Warren shrugged her shoulders, then came in with a smack-down: 'Assuming you can find one, ' she said. Videos of Warren's comment was shared tens of thousands of times on social media.

Kamala Harris talked about how trans people of color are much more likely to be victims of hate crimes.

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"Amanda Blide (@amandablide)Q: "a supporter approaches you & says ".my faith teaches me that marriage is btwn 1 man & 1 woman." what's your response? She said that's what she learned in the church she grew up in.

"They are yellow, black and white".

"I think the whole foundation (of faith) is the worth of every single human being", Warren said. "Jesus loves all the children of the world, '" Warren addressed onstage after she was questioned about her own faith. It truly is about the preciousness of each and every life.

"All right", Harris finally replied, ending an awkward silence.

During her time in the U.S. Senate, she urged the repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act, co-sponsored the Equality Act to include LGBTQ individuals and led a campaign to pressure the FDA to eliminate its lifetime ban on gay and bisexual men donating blood with the first openly gay Sen.

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