Saturday Night Live alum
Victoria Jackson has launched Politichicks,
a web talk show dubbed as a conservative alternative to ABC's The
Joining Jackson are conservative
activists Jennique Stewart and Jennie Jones and The Patriot Update
host Ann-Marie Murrell.
In the show's premiere 15-minute
episode, the panel tackles the issue of gay marriage.
Jackson, who last year stirred
controversy when she said a
gay kiss between Kurt (played by Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren
Criss) on the Fox musical-comedy Glee “sickened” her,
kicked off the segment with a song about the Islamization of America.
Jackson alleged that under the guise of
freedom of religion a Muslim man is “allowed to beat up or behead
his wife legally in America.”
“Islam says kill gay people that's
why I don't get why liberals are pro-Muslim and pro-gay,” Jackson
“[A]ll Muslims aren't terrorists, but
all terrorists are Muslims,” Murrell asserted. “That's just a
Jackson went on to suggest that
liberals or Democrats were not human because they are not
“I've noticed that Eric Holder and
Janet Napolitano have dead eyes. They have dead eyes … They could
be aliens disguised as humans,” she said.
On the topic of gay marriage, Murrell
said marriage equality supporters “own the dialog.”
“You own every single network. We
have Fox News and we have some talk radio, that's all we have. We
have got to be able to talk this without guarding our words,” she
added. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page. For
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