From the Hill:
Tony Perkins, head of the Family Research Council, told The Hill Saturday that former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) would support a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage.
Perkins said Giuliani told him in a private meeting that if the Defense of Marriage Act appeared to be failing or if multiple states began to legalize same-sex marriages, then he would support the constitutional amendment.
Giuliani did not mention the amendment or the issue of gay marriage during his address to the Values Voters Summit, but that position could win him favor with some social conservatives who view the former mayor warily.
It could all be false at this point since it's coming from Perkins and not the Giuliani campaign directly. We'll find out Monday from Rudy's staffers if his words were misrepresented.
Perkins says that he's not ready to support Rudy, but that "it was nice to hear." If that's something that's nice to hear, then you've got to wonder what sort of bedtime stories Perkins reads his kids.
(h/t Aravosis, who has the flip-flop.)