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LZ Granderson Rips Christian 'Homophobe' Ken Cuccinelli on 'Crossfire': VIDEO


A discussion of Arizona's SB 1062, the bill that would allow businesses to discriminate against gays based on religious beliefs, quickly ignited on Crossfire after former Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli accused Van Jones of being "utterly inaccurate" in describing the bill as discriminatory.

LZ Granderson couldn't stand by and called out Cuccinelli for the wrapping his homophobia in the Bible and being the disgusting homophobe he is.


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  1. Damn. What a sociopath Ken Cuccinelli is. I wish someone would just punch that guy square in the face.

    Posted by: Håkon | Feb 25, 2014 8:39:39 PM

  2. Cooch is such a closeted queen!

    Posted by: litper | Feb 25, 2014 8:43:54 PM

  3. Thank you LZ! It's time we all called bigots out.

    Posted by: Chrislam | Feb 25, 2014 9:10:16 PM

  4. the cooch is yesterday's news.

    Posted by: woody | Feb 25, 2014 9:21:47 PM

  5. Yes Ken, you ARE a bigot and a homophobe. If you have a "deeply held religious belief" that women are not to tell men what to do, and you have a female police officer try to arrest a man, does that mean they can not follow what she says? If a Muslim said he would not serve women at his store he would be run out of town by EVERYBODY. SO yes Ken, IF you choose to open a business, you do not get to pick and choose who you will serve based on your religion. If you want that, make your "business" a private club.

    Posted by: Sean | Feb 25, 2014 9:25:41 PM

  6. I well up with pride when I see and hear this kind of support from the Black community for the gay community. It just doesn't get any better than that.

    Posted by: Cary Chauvet | Feb 25, 2014 9:37:07 PM

  7. Cucinelli can't carry on civil discourse. His constant interruption and smug little grin shows he is an absolute troll and time waster. He asks questions to which he doesn't seek answers. He LIES about so-called religious freedom laws being in place that allow discrimination.

    I wish the host would have given him time to talk and then told him to shut up and listen. He thinks he's a bully, but he comes off as a punk.

    Posted by: SteveDenver | Feb 25, 2014 9:44:09 PM

  8. Bravo for LZ Granderson for NOT backing down. Based on not just his words but his actions as Gov of VA, Cuccinelli IS a homophobe and deserves to be identified as such.

    Posted by: Caliban | Feb 25, 2014 9:45:38 PM

  9. I enjoyed that!!! Cuccinelli has a huge-ass history of homophobia, and that must never be forgotten or ignored. He's truly a terrible, terrible person. "Faith," my ass. Yes, a sociopath.

    And not long ago at all, Ken, people absolutely used "faith" to discriminate on the basis of race.

    Posted by: american | Feb 25, 2014 9:49:38 PM

  10. At least the KKK will admit they hate black people. Ken and his ilk are too coward to admit they hate gay people.

    Posted by: Chrislam | Feb 25, 2014 9:50:00 PM

  11. The cooch is a prick, and a closet case.

    Posted by: kdknyc | Feb 25, 2014 10:00:58 PM

  12. How do you always manage to capture a screen shot of the Cooch with his mouth open like that?

    Bravo for LZ & Van.

    Gingrich. What a bad joke. Still on the airways chirping about the bad that is going to come in this country after all the damage he has personally inflicted. The 'bad' for him means the good for everyone else. Being that old white Republican men no longer get to dictate national policies that privilege themselves.

    Posted by: BOOM! | Feb 25, 2014 10:13:06 PM

  13. LZ has been terrific for some time. Not surprised to see him kicking ass and taking names on this occasion.

    Posted by: David Ehrenstein | Feb 25, 2014 10:14:16 PM

  14. Damn, just when it was getting good. Oh well, that's media. Kudos to LZ.

    Posted by: MARCUS BACHMANN | Feb 25, 2014 10:38:54 PM

  15. Duh! Of corse your a homophobe Cuccinelli. Dude, call it as is. It's not that complicated once you set the true boundaries. Seriously.

    Posted by: Chicago | Feb 25, 2014 11:00:25 PM

  16. "I'm not a racist! I just think coloreds should not be allowed to marry and should drink from separate fountains. That's the way God intended."

    Gotta love the modern day bigots .

    Posted by: Chrislam | Feb 25, 2014 11:03:58 PM

  17. "I'm not a racist! I just think coloreds should not be allowed to marry and should drink from separate fountains. That's the way God intended."

    Gotta love the modern day bigots .

    Posted by: Chrislam | Feb 25, 2014 11:03:59 PM

  18. In my view, two of the most evil slimes in the Republican party right now are Ken Cuccinelli and Mike Pence. Both have ambitions to run for higher office, and President. EVERYTHING needs to be done to stop them. EVERYTHING.

    Posted by: Reality | Feb 25, 2014 11:23:25 PM

  19. LZ Granderson is absolutely right. These hate-filled homophobes like Ken Cuchinelli and Rick Santorum wouldn't know true Christianity if it fell on their head. Jesus taught us to love one another---not discriminate against each other.

    Posted by: James | Feb 26, 2014 12:04:23 AM

  20. That was fun! "Why yes, Ken, based on your history of homophobic comments, you are a homophobe."

    Posted by: Boone68 | Feb 26, 2014 12:12:19 AM

  21. LZ WINNING! White homophobia LOSING!

    Posted by: CHOCOLATEBEARCUB | Feb 26, 2014 12:35:52 AM

  22. I find it very amusing that Van Jones calls out the new law for being law discriminatory - Van is the MOST anti-white racist I have ever seen on TV !

    Posted by: Icebloo | Feb 26, 2014 12:57:28 AM

  23. ...and Van Jones is even more anti-white on his Twitter account !

    Posted by: Icebloo | Feb 26, 2014 12:57:52 AM

  24. This is a great example of why I hate Crossfire and what John Stewart criticized Crossfire for on Crossfire years ago. That aside, yes Cuccinelli, you are a racist and a homophobe. If you want proof, it's in the fact that the people of Virginia would rather have a smarmy Clinton boot licker for their governor than a racist homophobe like you. What's that, you're not afraid of gay people so you're not a homophobe? OK, I'll concede that. No, you're not afraid of gay people, you just hate them and you invoke the name of Jesus to justify your hate.

    The most pathetic part of Cuccinelli's performance was when he started to decry the "personal attacks." Really? He made a career of hate-mongering attacks against all sorts of minorities. They took those attacks personally, especially we he moved to have them codified into Virginia state law. His pathetic whimpering reminded me of the "Dear Abby" story that was on Towleroad a couple days ago. A bigot complained to Abby that their new neighbors were intolerantly snubbing them because they intolerantly snubbed some of their new gay neighbors. Abby's advice was kinder than what I would have suggested, but it's the same advice I now offer to Cuccinelli. Go to Hell!

    Posted by: Mike | Feb 26, 2014 12:58:50 AM

  25. Gingrich decried the political correctness of a society against homophobia. What is his "opinion" about the political correctness against racism? Years ago he might have been "brave enough" to speak against this kind of political correctness. Now I don't think he has the guts to go there about racism. If he does, he will never appear on TV again.

    Posted by: simon | Feb 26, 2014 1:21:03 AM

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