She said that "many Americans still find the homosexual lifestyle repugnant." You can't say that that her statement is false! And who the heck cares what the "enemy" thinks of it?
She also said, among other things, "When was the last time you saw an American flag at a Puerto Rican Day parade?" She was in essence referring to a sense of general loss of common American values amongst some racial and ethnic groups in the country, which has a lot of validity, but I'm not sure about the specific absence or presence of American flags at such events. (More to the point,I don't think you would ever see an American flag - except being burned or mutilated in some way - at a La Raza event.)
There was also a remark about the overloading of women in the government foreign relations establishment in deference to Affirmative Action, resulting in a more wimpy stance toward enemy regimes.
All of these are courageously defiant of the doctrine of "political correctness" on the airwaves. I should hope that Liz Tratta's corporate employer doesn't cower to leftist complaints about what she said and doesn't take retaliatory action against her.