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Hannity: Parents Have the Right to Teach Kids 'Being Gay Is Not Normal'

Hannity: Parents Have the Right to Teach Kids 'Being Gay Is Not Normal'


Sean Hannity predicts the charges filed against football player Adrian Peterson could lead to the federal government micromanaging how children are raised.

Conservative broadcaster Sean Hannity says punishing Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson for physically abusing his children could lead to the government making it illegal for parents to tell children that being gay is not normal.

In his defense of Peterson, who is currently under investigation for the second time for child abuse charges, Hannity expressed the concern that government might use the case as a springboard to micromanage child-rearing.

Hannity said he was concerned that such regulations could lead to interference with parents' rights to raise their children as they see fit and teach their personal beliefs.

"This is my problem with liberals," Hannity said on his radio show last week. "You guys want to tell parents what they can and cannot do. For example, is it going to become illegal if a parent teaches the politically [in]correct view that being gay is not normal?"

Also, last week on his Fox News show, Hannity said Peterson went too far with his children, but then defended the running back by saying he was also hit with a belt by his father and he "turned out OK." Hannity also recalled the time his father punched him in the face, and he said he deserved it. He then took off his belt and smacked it repeatedly against his desk.

Listen to the audio clip from Hannity's radio show below:

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