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MRC: Hollywood forcing ‘depravity, debauchery, perversion’ on public

Russ Jones   (OneNewsNow.com) Monday, October 08, 2012

A spokesman for the Media Research Center expresses no surprise in a recent report from a pro-"gay" group revealing an increasing number of LGBT characters are showing up in scripted programs on network television programs.

The recent report from the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) maintains four of five major networks increased their percentage of homosexual characters this past year, ABC ranking the highest. According to GLAAD's findings, Fox narrowly trailed ABC in the amount of regular LGBT characters; and CBS was saluted as the most-improved network in that respect.

Associated Press quotes GLADD president Herndon Graddick, who said: "More and more Americans have come to accept their LGBT family members, friends, co-workers and peers, and as audiences tune into their favorite programs, they expect to see the same diversity of people they encounter in their daily lives."

Dan Gainor, vice president of business and culture for the Washington, DC-based Media Research Center, says Hollywood and liberal Democrats are pushing the pro-homosexual agenda on the American people.

Gainor, Dan (MRC)"This is the year of the gays in entertainment, in media in general, and frankly with the White House," he tells OneNewsNow. "We are being forced a pro-gay agenda [that exclaims] We must convert. They don't even want tolerance; they won't accept it -- and they're going to force it."

Gainor notes that many of the new TV programs promote an anti-Christian theme claiming homosexuality is the "new normal."

"People in Hollywood don't know Christianity, they don't know traditional values, they don't know faith, they don't know family," he argues. "They know depravity, debauchery, perversion - that's what they're good at. So that's what they're trying to force the American public to accept and embrace."

According to Gainor, Hollywood is conducting one of the most effective propaganda campaigns since World War II, when many movie studios adopted plots that supported the Allied cause.

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