Amy Kushnir said Thursday during an appearance on Fox News that she was shocked that ESPN would broadcast a kiss between Michael Sam and his boyfriend, Vito Cammisano.

Kushnir made headlines this week when she walked off the set of The Broadcast as the four co-hosts debated the kiss, which took place when Sam learned that he had been drafted by the St. Louis Rams.

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“When parents do not have a choice about whether or not they want their children to see this, it is wrong,” Kushnir told her co-hosts. “He has every right to do what he wants, I just don't want it in my face.”

Fox News anchor Shanon Bream asked Kushnir whether she was concerned with “beer commercials with people falling out of their clothes” or “were you specifically concerned because this was something maybe you didn't want your kids exposed to?”

“In this case, we were specifically talking about the Michael Sam incident,” Kushnir explained. “I didn't feel it was appropriate. It was actually over the top. ESPN used it as an opportunity to put out shocking video, when ESPN is a sports network that families watch.”

Kushnir accused ESPN of using the incident “to promote their left-wing agenda.”