Fox can find time for trannies and degenerates, but not for those just happy to be alive.
“If you look at Super Bowls of recent past, important social conversations have been taking place in commercials — issues of immigration, the #MeToo movement, commercials by Coca-Cola talking about transgenderism,” Yates said. “The Super Bowl is a national stage used to talk about important issues. We believe that this an important conversation that needs to take place.”
Fox separately ruffled Christian conservative feathers by reportedly approving a commercial for Sabra hummus that will include two drag queen stars named Kim Chi and Miz Cracker.
The short advertisement marks the first time that drag queens will be featured in a Super Bowl advertisement, according to The Washington Post. The ad features the two drag stars in a dressing room. Kim Chi is shown eating Sabra while Miz Cracker jokingly tries to fit a football helmet over a large wig.
“So there you have it. Fox has said ‘yes’ to drag queens and ‘no’ to abortion survivors,” Evangelical leader James Dobson, the founder of Focus on the Family, said in a statement. “Celebrating sexual fantasy while denying the value of every life… could the soul of America be any more lost?”
In a word, “no.” The Super Bowl and the NFL used to be about competition and sportsmanship. Fox has always been about ratings and money. This now is merely a freak show by and for the mutually debased.
“And since they did not see fit to acknowledge God, God gave them up to a debased mind to do what ought not to be done. They were filled with all manner of unrighteousness, evil, covetousness, malice.” Romans 1:28-29
Enjoy the show.
TikTok too. They say they’ve recanted (because caught?). Your kids can tell you what that garbage is, after the big lame.