Fox is more than happy to allow advertisements for drag queens and beer during the stupid bowl — not to mention proudly showing anti-American fools disrespecting the flag or the brazenly satanic half-time shows of recent years.
But when pro-life activists tried to buy an ad featuring real survivors of abortion sharing their story, Fox balked and banned it.
Watch the ad below and please share!
The ad was created by “Faces of Choice,” founded by Lyric Gillett. She says Fox was stringing her along since July before eventually refusing to show it.
“In an era where we’re trying to give survivors a voice, whether that is through the #MeToo movement or on any number of issues, for some reason we deem survivors of abortion worthy of being ignored into oblivion,” Gillett said. “That, to me, is both ironic but also just appalling.”
Faces of Choice “was birthed to bring awareness to a demographic of survivors that has gone largely unnoticed: those who were aborted but survived,” she said. “I am convinced that the key to changing the cultural conversation about abortion is within the voices of the survivors.”
Meanwhile, Fox was happy to air an advertisement with drag-queens–men dressed as hyper-sexualized women, usually for adult “entertainment.”
Fox claims they “sold out” and thus could not fit the ad in, but everybody with a brain including Faces of Choice knows that’s baloney.
Remember, Fox is owned by Rupert Murdoch, a globalist whose corporations are corporate members of the anti-American Deep State group known as the “Council on Foreign Relations.”
Prominent Christian voices including James Dobson have spoken out about Fox Sports’ decision.
“Why are you saying ‘yes’ to drag queens and ‘no’ to abortion survivors?” asked Dr. Dobson, one of America’s most influential evangelical leaders.
Over 50,000 people signed a petition asking Fox to air the ad, and over 150,000 sent an email to the network.
Instead of watching the stupid bowl this year, spend the time in God’s Word or educating yourself about something that really matters.
And share the “Faces of Choice” ad that Fox doesn’t want people to see!