Gay Execs Laughing All the Way to Bank on “Duck Dynasty”?

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Duck Dynasty is another example of “if the left didn’t have double standards they wouldn’t have any standards.”  This story dates back a little, to 2013, but it’s worth revisiting because it’s a great example of just how hypocritical the left in America really is.

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Phil Robertson was interviewed by Gentleman’s Quarterly (?) and made what some people thought were over-the-top comments about homosexuals.  So the Gay Network, A&E, suspended him from the show.  Duck Dynasty without Phil.

A&E may have given “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson the heave-ho when they suspended him from future episodes of the show last week, but the network is still welcoming him home for holidays.

The channel is celebrating Christmas with a staggering 25 consecutive episodes of their No. 1 show, beginning at 3:30 p.m. on Christmas Day and running until the wee hours of Dec. 26.

According to the schedule on A&E’s website, the Robertsons will take over the channel until 4 a.m., and then paid programming —meaning infomercials—will kick in.

And don’t think controversial papa Phil will be left out of the Christmas Day airings. He is a key character in plenty of the episodes scheduled to air, including “Quack-O-Lantern” and “Drag me to Glory.”

Put money on the table and protest goes out the window.  Oh, and you’ll recall, Phil won that little tussle.

Don’t mess with the Duck Man!


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