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HGTV Pulls Plug On Show With Christian Hosts (general)

posted by bibleprobe(R) Homepage, Mass., 12.24.2014

HGTV Pulls Plug On Show With Christian Hosts
By C.J. McAllister

Succumbing to pressure from the militantly liberal group Right Wing Watch, HGTV has pulled the plug on its forthcoming show Flip It Forward and its Christian co-hosts, twin brothers Jason and David Benham. The group protested the brothers' Christian beliefs, most notably their stance on gay marriage and abortion, and demanded that the cable network stop production on a show that would otherwise have featured the duo repairing homes for families in need. -

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