Super Bowl: Fox Fails to Approve Anti-Abortion Ad, Approves First Ad Ever With Drag QueensChris Menahan
Jan. 30, 2020
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Fox neglected to approve a pro-life ad from a Christian group for Super Bowl Sunday by stonewalling them for months but had no issue with approving the first ever drag queen propaganda ad from the Israeli-owned company Sabra.
From Life Site, "Fox stonewalls pro-life group from running ‘abortion survivors’ ad on Super Bowl Sunday":
The pro-life group that created the powerful abortion survivor TV ad played at the March for Life last week is calling out Fox Sports Network for stonewalling them and refusing to approve their ad to run in a slot on Super Bowl Sunday this coming weekend.
The ad, which features the faces and stories of abortion survivors, is designed to raise awareness of the survivors of abortion who all univocally make it clear that they are persons and not a "choice." Faces of Choice applied to run a 30-second version of the ad. The ad doesn’t mention abortion. Faces of Choice says it has been carefully produced so that it is appropriate for the Super Bowl audience.They stonewalled for six months to avoid having to outright reject the ad and face the backlash.
Meanwhile, they're happy to bring Drag Queen Story Hour to the Super Bowl.
From NBC News, "Drag queens to make historical debut — during Super Bowl LIV":
First, it was an unexpected appearance at President Donald Trump's impeachment hearings, and now it's a barrier-breaking debut during one of the year's most watched sporting events.This is "history made," folks.
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