This is a good man. And I hope those two appreciate that he puts his Christian beliefs into practice. https://t.co/ww9rFLBnde
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) December 3, 2016
Buzzfeed (and other outlets that promoted the story) took quite a bit of flak for reporting about the gay marriage beliefs of the pastor of Chip & Joanna Gaines’ church, putting the “Fixer Upper” couple in an uncomfortable and unfair spotlight.
Chip Gaines had a message about Buzzfeed & Cosmo writers who wrote and promoted the hit piece:
— Chip Gaines (@chippergaines) December 3, 2016
That was handled graciously.
"When they go low, we go high…" https://t.co/F3hmOZJqPn
— Steve Krakauer (@SteveKrak) December 3, 2016
This is what living your beliefs looks like. "They will know we are Christians by our love." https://t.co/GSLzq5gmPv
— Ellen L. Carmichael (@ellencarmichael) December 3, 2016
— ConservativeBlackMan (@Thomasismyuncle) December 3, 2016
— Dane Ann Beausoleil (@nnaenad) December 3, 2016
— Jeff Keck (@JeffreyKeck) December 3, 2016
You're good people. https://t.co/6ojNRHaa74
— S.E. Cupp (@secupp) December 3, 2016
@chippergaines Important to stand up to their attacks but without stooping to their level.
— Andy Lancaster (@andylancaster) December 3, 2016
In case you were wondering what class looks like. https://t.co/H7WzH0lEQl
— G.K. Raptorton ಠ_ರೃ (@GKRaptorton) December 3, 2016
— Mark Owens (@marko6262) December 3, 2016
Classy of them to want respect for people who showed them none. https://t.co/yWDabpWh89
— Beth Wellington (@beth_wellington) December 3, 2016
— Bonnie B (@bjgin519) December 3, 2016
— Alan (@APJ757) December 3, 2016