Transcript for Benham Brothers' Show Canceled After Anti-Gay Remarks
Twin brothers, former professional baseball players turned reality stars. And now, caught in the center of a media firestorm. This morning, they're speaking out about it. Hgtv asking "Flip it forward" brothers before they're first episode, after some anti-gay remarks came to light. Juju Chang has the story. Reporter: This morning, telegenic twins, Jason and David Benham, real estate entrepreneurs, are rebuilding. Not homes. But their own reputations. We're only three days of filming away from finishing our very first house. Reporter: The announcement to cancel the Benham brothers HGTV reality show, "Flip it forward," coming after the blog, rightwingwatch.org, after anti-gay comments and remarks made by David Benham, like this one, on "The line of fire," with Michael brown. Tolerance towards radical Islam is next. Reporter: But the Christian brothers from North Carolina are speaking out. Saying they do not hate homosexuals or muslims. If we had a gay person or a Muslim on our show, we would warmly welcome them. Reporter: The brothers say their beliefs caused HGTV to hit the pause button. The cable network with this simple statement, saying they decided not to go forward with the series. It's clear in exactly what their message was. Reporter: The controversy seems to resemble "Duck dynasty" patriarch Phil Robinson's suspension after these remarks. Women with women. Men with men. Reporter: Unlike the benhams, Robinson was reinstated by A&E. You are free to say whatever you want in this country. That also means that you will be held responsible for what you say. Reporter: The brothers plan to move forward and finish the homes they started. Jason and I are going to finish the project, with or without the cameras. In fact, without the cameras. Reporter: For "Good morning America," juju Chang, ABC news, New York.
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