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MSNBC Rejects Ad Critical Of Frequent Guest Tony Perkins, A.K.A. Family Research Council’s Head Nutbag

It appears MSNBC can dish it out but it can’t take it: On Tuesday the cable news network turned down an ad that criticized Family Research Council and its president, Tony Perkins, a frequent guest on the channel. CONTINUED » Permalink | Post a comment Read more articles at Queerty or GayCities
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