Laura Ingraham hosted Reverend Eugene Rivers III.
Rivers said he and other pastors would like a discussion about what's happening to the poor. He slammed Elizabeth Warren's promoting her distant Native American roots, comparing it to a hypothetical Scott Brown claiming to have African-American blood - in which case he'd be forced to resign. He praised Brown for his accessibility since his election to the Senate. Ingraham said the GOP needs to be more engaged with minority groups.
Rivers does not equate the struggles of civil rights for African-Americans and those of gays on such matters as same sex marriage. He said black churches have a different theology based on Bible teachings. He said there has been a frantic campaign to reduce the damage between the White House's stance on same sex marriage and the black community. He said the black pastors were never consulted on this decision on same sex marriage. He said it has been a decision made for convenience and money.