Fox Contributor: If We Allow Gays To Get Married, Why Not Siblings?

Fox contributor Pastor Robert Jeffress during Friday’s “The O’Reilly Factor” likened gay marriage to incest while arguing that the Supreme Court shouldn’t make gay marriage a civil right.

“If you expand the definition of marriage to two men and two women, why stop there?” Jeffress said. “If it’s an absolute constitutional right, why can’t 16-year-olds get married? Why can’t polygamists get married? Why can’t siblings get married? Where do you stop? It opens up a Pandora’s box of societal-wide chaos.”

Jeffress, who signed a brief asking the Supreme Court to uphold state bans on same-sex marriage, also agreed with host Bill O’Reilly’s comments that Christians were under attack in America.

“I believe that if the Supreme Court, as expected, enshrines gay marriage as a constitutional right, I believe it’s truly going to be, to use your phrase, ‘open season’ on Christians and those who believe in traditional marriage,” Jeffress said. “Once you make gay marriage a civil right then anyone who opposes it is guilty of a civil rights violation.”

Watch the video below, courtesy of Media Matters:

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