The PC police have struck again, this time on the Duggar family’s hit TLC’s show, “19 Kids and Counting,” where the stiff-backed proved once again that liberal tolerance and diversity extend to everyone but Christians.
The network recently decided to blur out shirts the family wore with the message, “I survived Roe vs. Wade, Roe vs. Wade will not survive me.” Interestingly, the shirts were allowed to air unedited last week, according to The Washington Times.
The shirts were designed by Bryan Kemper, a youth pastor who expressed disappointment in TLC’s decision to usurp the First Amendment and blur the wording on the shirts.
“I was shocked because they had actually blurred out the message.” Kemper wrote on his blog, lifenews.com. “Knowing that the shirt appeared in the previous episode without being blurred, I am wondering if they received complaints or negative feedback after it aired.”
Kemper has also called on Christians and fans of the show to voice their support more forcefully than the opposition.
“I say we show TLC that there is so much more support for the Duggars wearing these shirts than there are complaints,” Kemper wrote. “I hope everyone reading this will tweet and email TLC and let them know how disappointed you are that they would blur out this pro-life message.”
Many fans are answering his call by tweeting their disappointment and anger to @tlc. Here’s a sampling:
— Martha Swearingen (@UA_Martha) October 8, 2014
@TLC How dare you censor the Duggar family’s pro-life shirts! You have them on your channel, now back them up!!!
— Elyse Brown (@pittymomTeddi) October 8, 2014
— Jill Stanek (@JillStanek) October 10, 2014
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