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Let me start out by saying Fox Sports has every right to decide what kind of commercials they want to broadcast on their network. And that includes during the Super Bowl.
This year television viewers will be treated to a Super Bowl first – a pair of drag queens dishing about hummus.
But what they will not see if a commercial about people who have survived abortions. Fox Sports turned down the ad submitted by Faces of Choice. (You can watch both commercials below)
“Some individuals had apparently expressed that the sales division was not happy with the way the legal division was going in terms of not providing answers,” Lyric Gillett told the Washington Times. “So an executive flew up from New York and we were told Friday to expect an answer by Monday. Monday came along, we got no answer, and then found out that night that they were sold out.”
More than 30 thousand people have signed a petition urging Fox to reconsider the ban. Click here to sign the petition.
I’m confused by the network’s business and marketing strategy. Does Fox Sports really believe the vast majority of their audience is pro-abortion and hangs out in drag clubs?
And What kind of a message are they sending to pro-life football fans – the vast majority of whom are good church-going conservatives?
Again – that is a decision only Fox Sports can make.
But embracing the far left and shunning culture war conservatives is not exactly a good business model. Just ask ESPN.