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Faithful America and Bishop Gene Robinson Deliver 20,000 Petition Signatures to MSNBC

February 15, 2012, 5:44 pm | Posted by Nick Sementelli

Yesterday in New York, Faithful America members and faith leaders including Bishop Gene Robinson, Episcopal Bishop of New Hampshire, gathered at MSNBC studios to deliver 20,000 signatures calling on the network to stop inviting hate group leader Tony Perkins onto their news programming.

MSNBC sent down representatives to accept the petitions but remained non-committal about their willingness to change their policy.

Here’s video of their delivery combined with footage of Perkins on MSNBC:

You can sign the petition here.

2 Responses to “Faithful America and Bishop Gene Robinson Deliver 20,000 Petition Signatures to MSNBC”

  1. Eric Ritter says:

    I am a regular viewer of MSNBC, but will stop watching if action is not taken to run the Faithful America ad and/or stop inviting Tony Perkins to appear on MSNBC to provide hate-filled commentary.

  2. thenekkidtruth (TNT) says:

    If MSNBC insists on welcoming Tony Perkins to their network, why don’t they tell the audience that he is the head of a hate group?