Todd Starnes spoke with Deputy General Counsel and Director of Military Affairs for First Liberty Michael Berry about the latest developments in the military investigation of Chaplain Scott Squires.
It was determined that Chaplain Scott Squires should be disciplined for his failure to include a lesbian couple in the Strong Bonds Marriage Retreat which was considered discrimination against a soldier based on her sexual orientation. Now the Army is refusing to recognize First Liberty Institute as Chaplain Squires' counsel.
Berry said, "I'm left really puzzled by what the Army is doing here. I don't know if they're just trying to play hide the ball. I just said if you guys end up punishing Chaplain Squires under these circumstances, that would be a violation of federal law to protect religious liberty."
Listen to the whole interview here: