This Bill O'Reilly segment is interesting. He simply asserts that gay binational couples are more likely to be fraudulent than straight couples. What evidence does he have for this? None. Gay immigration advocates back exactly the same standards of proof and evidence of serious relationships for gay couples as straight ones. And most fraudulent would-be immigrants are far more reluctant to self-identify as gay than as straight. For good measure, some binational gay couples are also legally married in America, in Massachusetts. But their/my marriage license is regarded as toilet paper by the federal government. You can see the brick wall that Rachel Tiven's arguments receive from O'Reilly. That brick wall is called homophobia, an assumption that gay relationships are worth less and mean less than straight ones. It's so deep I doubt O'Reilly is even aware of it.