Cringe-Inducing: MSNBC Host Uses Young Daughter to Push Gay Marriage, Asks Her If She’d ‘Marry a Girl’

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MSNBC Host Uses Young Daughter to Push Gay Marriage, Asks Her If Shed Marry a Girl

Krystal Ball

(MSNBC)

Regardless of where you stand on the issue of gay marriage, few will likely agree with MSNBC host Krystal Ball's decision to use her young daughter to promote gay marriage during a segment titled "Political Playground" on Thursday.

"What if you were in love with a girl? Would you marry a girl?" Balls asks her daughter.

The little girl seems to be well versed in New York law, as she replies by saying girls can marry girls and boys can marry boys in New York but not in other places.

"And that's good because you want people to be able to marry who they are in love with, right?" Ball nudged.

Ball went on to explain how "strange" it was that other states haven't decided to allow gay marriage.

"They should change that, shouldn't they?" Ball says.

Watch the entire segment via MSNBC below:

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