During a discussion on the recent flood of sexual misconduct allegations to hit the U.S., an Oklahoma University regent compared homosexuality to pedophilia and lamented that there is no right or wrong in American culture.
Kirk Humphreys, co-host of KFOR’s weekly talk show "Flashpoint," said during a discussion about recent sexual assault allegations in the political sphere that “if (homosexuality) is OK, then it’s OK for everybody and quite frankly it’s OK for men to sleep with little boys if it’s OK.”
The discussion included Oklahoma state representative Emily Virgin (D-Norman), who later released a statement on the incident.
Their conversation unfolded as such:
Humphreys: Is homosexuality right or wrong? It's not relative. There's a right and wrong, you just said it. If it’s OK, then it's OK for everybody and quite frankly it's OK for men to sleep with little boys if it's OK.
Virgin: I’m unclear on what Barney Frank did other than being a homosexual. Are you saying there was some inappropriate conduct on his part? Because I’m not aware of that.
Humphreys: I’m saying there is a standard of right and wrong. In our society we’ve gotten to where — I’m going to make a lot of people mad today — we’ve gotten to where there's no right or wrong, it’s just all relative. It's not all relative.
Virgin: But Kirk, to compare Barney Frank being a homosexual to Al Franken or John Conyers or the president or Roy Moore making unwanted —