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One Million Moms: Tell ‘Glee’ ‘We Will Not Stand For Christianity To Be Mocked’

by David Badash on December 12, 2013

in News,Religion

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One Million Moms is getting into the Christmas spirit by attacking the popular Fox show “Glee” again. This time they’re going after the “Never Aired Christmas” episode which “was complete with a bisexual Santa, transgender Virgin Mary and its fair share of drunkenness.”


“GLEE should not and will not get a free pass to make a joke of Christmas,” OMM promises.

Why any producer or network feels mocking a sacred and religious holiday where Christians celebrate the birth of our Savior Jesus Christ is acceptable is beyond me.

The mockery of the Christmas story was blasphemous and an abomination.

One Million Moms, the group of 61,000 Facebook fans with a mere 1176 active participants, in reality is an arm of the anti-gay hate group American Family Association. The business model (and they are a business) of groups like this is to find rich and popular targets in American culture to attack, then try to get more followers, which means more email addresses, so the American Family Association can then send them fundraising emails.

This is how groups like these roll in the dough.

Here’s how they describe the episode:

The show featured the transgender student, Unique, portraying the Virgin Mary in their high school’s nativity scene and acts out giving birth to the baby Jesus. The doll representing Jesus wore a sequin diaper and was thrown from singer to singer while they sang “Love Child, Never Meant to be.” Baby Jesus is tossed around like a rag doll and shown no respect.

In another scene, a bisexual “Sexy Santa,” gets two female characters and the show’s gay male character drunk before robbing them blind – all this after making out with and tying the male character up in bed. These same females in a previous scene are elves at the local mall and tell kids to ask for mobile devices they could download porn on while wearing skimpy elf costumes.

Please send an email to this show’s sponsors and let them know that we will not stand for Christianity to be mocked.

Clearly, the end times are near.


Image: screenshot via Fox

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SeanLiberty13 December 12, 2013 at 9:46 am

GLEE should, does, and will get a free pass to joke about Christmas BOTH religious and secular because the first amendment says they can. Odious Malevolent Morons (aka One "Million" so called Moms – I say so called because many of their Facebook followers are men) also choose not to mention when Glee jokes about secular and commercial Christmas and Hanukkah as well because that would undermine their Naziesque propaganda to demonize those they want dead – I mean silenced while saying they "support" free speech. LOL; they "support" free speech, yeah ok and the Christians didn't steal the majority of Christmas symbols and practices from Pagans and traditions historically much older than the human made "Christianity". Except they did.

Get over it and grow up you anti-American, anti-freedom, fascist censor harpies more immature than a one second old infant. Nobody forced anybody to watch it, there was a disclamer, your TV has parental controls and you also have a remote control so behave like a mature civilized adult and learn how to use them – a toddler knows how so it is pathetic you don't.

The Unique scene was meant to be offensive, if you actually listened to what they were saying after they performed it. Because Kitty was refusing to play the Virgin Mary, they knew they could trick her into playing the part. She also pointed out how offensive it was. As for the Santa scene, that actually happens in reality so again this is art imitating the real world. Deal with it or don't watch it.

Lastly, this is a violation of Ryan Murphy's and the advertisers first amendment rights. You know like how when the illiterate anti-gay dross said that boycotting Chick-fil-hate because the company in part funded lobbying and more for the barbaric Naziesque Uganda "Kill the Gays" bill and the CEO made offensive, bigoted, demonizing and dehumanizing statements about LGBT human beings to justify his anti-marriage equality desire to have a say in the personal lives of others and demand the government illegally force American citizens to adhere to his personal religious beliefs and definitions – was a "violation" of Chick-fil-hate's freedom of speech. In the real world boycotting is not a violation of freedom of speech, it is practicing freedom of speech since the freedom to protest is a constitutional right.

Plus the show is ending next season anyway because Ryan Murphy decided it has run its course so this is a waste of time.


masterguard08 December 13, 2013 at 2:45 am

Well said :)

medley72 December 13, 2013 at 3:07 am

I feel it necessary to point out that the ammendment you speak of, protecting free speech, does not mean no one is allowed to publicly disagree, ridicule, or react to expression. It doesn't protect a job or from becoming a pariah. The only thing it guarantees is that the speaker can not be imprisoned, banished, or put to death by the government for anything said.

Agree or not with what they're saying, the OMM is technically not violating anyone's first amendment rights.

SeanLiberty13 December 13, 2013 at 1:05 pm

I know that. I was being sarcastic, evidenced where I pointed out how when it was hate groups like OMM who said that boycotting Chick-fil-hate because of their financial contributions to Uganda's "Kill the Gays Bill" and anti-gay hate groups and their CEO's anti-gay statements is violating Chick-fil-hate and Dan Cathy's freedom of speech. It isn't but they are the ones who created that argument. I was mocking them.

Jack Lawrence December 12, 2013 at 1:49 pm

A “War on Christmas” it would look very different than the simple attempts at inclusiveness and challenging of privilege which some choose to perceive as persecution.

SantiAcosta December 12, 2013 at 3:17 pm

More guns, more religion, welcome to the American version of a third world Tailban USA.

kodanie1 December 12, 2013 at 3:31 pm


Jessicaknowsall December 12, 2013 at 4:44 pm

I decided to amuse myself during a sick day in bed, a few moms and a bunch of self-hating gay men, aka one million moms, crossed by my eyeline. What I really wanna know is what is going on inside of their sick, twisted minds to come up with most of what they deem inappropriate for the rest of us? Now, I have a dirty, dirty mind, but would I ever see a pig in a car with a woman as beastiality? Hell no! Maybe I need to get a lobotomy and join this group cuz it looks like the jokes on us! These b*tches must know how to party! As far as this story goes, praise Allah and pass the baby jebus! And yes, I like mine sequined. And seanliberty, bravo! It's high time these pseudo Christians learn where what they worship came from-pagans! I, being one, I know, shocker. And right now I'm sacrificing a teddy bear to curse their tvs to be forever stuck on LOGO.

lorimakes December 12, 2013 at 8:09 pm

Bwahaha! Thanks for sharing that awesome video.

Those 61,000 moms (50,000 of whom are people like me who want to be amused by their latest outrage) can suck it. If they're too stupid to turn off the tv or change the channel then why on earth should anyone listen to them. All this over a religion that has stolen from every other religion that came before it. SMH Those women really need to get a vibrator and then find something productive to do (with or without said vibrator.)

MiddleGrounds December 13, 2013 at 2:51 am

"Why any producer or network feels mocking a sacred and religious holiday where Christians celebrate the birth of our Savior Jesus Christ is acceptable is beyond me.

The mockery of the Christmas story was blasphemous and an abomination."

Because the Pagans from whom you STOLE it from are laughing their asses off and really don't care.

I also don't see how it's a 'sacred or religious holiday about the birth of" someone who wasn't even BORN on that day! People who have literally studied the bible would say that this Jesus fellow was born during the Spring!

The mockery that YOU made of the Pagan holiday is an abomination, but do you see them rising up and telling you to quit piggy-backing their holiday? No? Okay, now go away.

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