Radio host loses task days after controversial Facebook post

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) –

A conservative Las Vegas radio talk program host who posted a Facebook rant versus gay adoption is now out of a task.

Heidi Harris from the Heidi Harris Show on AM 840 KXNT shared A Clark County Department of Household Provider advertisement promoting adoption. The ad envisioned two males holding a kid.

Harris composed, “Another not-so-subtle attempt to stabilize something that is NOT normal. Even if it is typical for YOU it is not the best thing for the baby.”

She went on to write that infants should go to straight couples and political correctness as she called it, can’t alter that truth.

“You know absolutely nothing about what you’re typing. You’re discussing a family dynamic that you know nothing about,” stated Joe Oddo, VP of The Center.

When Oddo first stumbled upon the post he was surprised.

“I looked at it and I resembled that is us, you understand,” he told FOX5.

Oddo and his spouse Tim Oddo embraced two kids, Zayne and Malaya, last year.

“It’s been the most satisfying and finest thing I have actually ever carried out in my life,” Oddo said.

He witnessed very first hand what embracing a kid out of foster care and into a loving household can do for the kid.

He wants the 3,000 foster kids in Clark County to find families of their own, no matter what those loving families look like.

Clark County Department of Household Services concurred.

A spokesperson sent out FOX5 a statement that said, “We do not discriminate, and there is no credible research study to show discrimination advantages a child.However, we do know that kids take advantage of being adopted into a caring and caring household, no matter what that family appears like.”

FOX5 did reach out to Heidi Harris via call. She stated CBS Radio didn’t restore her contract but could not state whether it was since of her Facebook post.

She stated she has absolutely nothing negative to state about CBS Radio Management. She also said she only erased the post since she couldn’t maintain or filter all of the remarks and she doesn’t permit offensive language on her Facebook page.

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