‘The View’ chose to censor a name that immediately sent many in the audience to outrage

During Friday’s episode of the ABC daytime talk show “The View,” a name was censored in a way that was far more offensive than if it had been allowed to be said.

The hosts were discussing a British study that showed that many of the U.K.’s Christian citizens wanted to ignore four of The Ten Commandments, when co-host Paula Faris, a Christian, explained how things were in her house when she was a kid.

“My parents were really strict about what we said in the home. We couldn’t say “Oh my God,” we couldn’t say “JC,” we couldn’t say “(Jesus),” she explained. But the show censored Jesus’s name from the broadcast.

“Unless you were praising Him,” she continued. “And then you could say ‘(Jesus),'” which was, again, censored.

The censorship was not appreciated on social media.


Christian’s Lord and Savior

The study the hosts were referencing said that British Christians did not believe the Commandments to not worship false idols, keep the Sabbath day holy, not take the Lord’s name in vain and worship no other gods, were needed.

But not censoring the name of Christian’s Lord and Savior ought to be a television commandment. One can only imagine the outrage if the show had censored the name “Mohammed.”

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Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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