Fox Anchor Asks Whether Ruling Means ‘Three People’ Can Be Married Now (VIDEO)

Fox News anchor Martha MacCallum on Friday tried to discern whether the Supreme Court upholding same-sex marriage would soon lead to standing for polygamists.

“We’re just trying to think about the ramifications when a precedent is set, what it means down the road, right?” MaCallum said in an interview with Fox host and legal analyst Greta Van Susteren.

“So, suppose three people say, we want to be a marriage. We’re three people, we love each other and we want to be married. What’s to prevent that under this?”

“I don’t know that there is,” Van Susteren said. “I mean, that will have to wind up to the Supreme Court.”

“But, you know, a lot of things have changed. The culture is, you know, for whatever reason, they’ve changed,” Van Susteren continued. “They have different views of things.”

Van Susteren cited as an example the recent explosion of criticism over the states flying the Confederate flag, an issue now on the national agenda after being ignored for years.

“I’m not saying we’re gonna have what you hypothesize,” she added.

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