Sean Hannity is giving parenting advice, so listen up.
The Fox News host argued on his radio show Tuesday that parents have a "right to instill" their personal beliefs in their children, including the belief that homosexuality is not normal.
Hannity made the comments during a discussion on Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, who recently said that he doesn't "believe in" gay marriage. Peterson is also currently under investigation for beating his four-year-old son.
Despite the issues of domestic violence at play, Hannity's biggest concern seemed to be more that liberals are too involved with interfering in how parents want to raise their children.
"This is my problem with liberals," he said. "You guys want to tell parents what they can and cannot do. For example, is it going to become illegal if a parent teaches the politically correct view that being gay is not normal?"
Listen to the audio for the clip.
(h/t: Media Matters)