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YOU WILL LOVE THIS AD THAT FOX HAS BLOCKED FROM THE SUPER BOWL

Lord, we are so thankful we live in a country where we can express our views even if they are not popular. May this privilege continue.

We here at IFA make mistakes from time to time and inadvertently ran an article about a CBS blocked super bowl ad that was from 2019. We have pulled that article but it seems Fox is trying to do the same thing with a pro-life ad. Please pray that censorship regarding moral issues would cease and messages like this one would be allowed to run.

For months, Fox TV and Fox Sports have been blocking an ad from being played during Super Bowl Sunday. The compelling ad tells the stories of abortion survivors.

There are thousands of survivors of abortion in the United States, and we must not stand by as the mainstream media tries to silence their voices.

Faces of Choice, a national advocacy organization that shares the stories of abortion survivors, was told by Fox executives there weren’t any more slots available for a 30-second ad during Super Bowl Sunday, but we discovered that’s not true. There are ads spots still available.

We ask for your immediate help. The only way to ensure the pro-life message isn’t censored is to speak up right now.

Fox Sports needs to hear from thousands of pro-life Americans, TODAY! There’s no time to wait. Watch the ad and sign the petition. It will take less than one minute.

Sign your name and tell Fox TV and Fox Sports to air the Faces of Choice 30-second ad and let the voices of abortion survivors be heard

(Excerpt from My Faith Votes.)

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74 Replies to “YOU WILL LOVE THIS AD THAT FOX HAS BLOCKED FROM THE SUPER BOWL”

  1. Everyone needs to see the ad and hear the voices of those who survived an attempted murder. Please run the ad and let their voices be heard so we can stop abortion from ever happening again.

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      1. Oh please spare me! There are people of all political parties as well as religions who believe this is a right of choice! You have the right to make whatever choice you wish as does every other woman!

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        1. Please take the Amen back to zero. I accidentally hit it! God is the only one who gives life and no human being has the right to take the life of the unborn! I 100% disagree with this person!

  2. I think there is a kinder, gentler, simpler way to tell this absolutely shocking truth!

    JESUS is the master communicator–Let HIM show you how HE would present this truth.

    One little child lisping this truth would be more effective.

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    1. Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of
      happiness
      If our babies or sick and elderly are murdered how are we different from the 1940s
      murders in europe.
      So we must not upset those who are for murder

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  3. I Am an American

    I am an American just like you,
    You can call me baby blue.
    Never allowed to carry the weight,
    My life stolen in the starting gate.
    The right to life the big lie,
    All I ever did was die.
    God is real, see the sigh,
    Look closely at the tear in His eye.
    Stop the abortion holocaust,
    Before another child is lost.
    End the current American civil war,
    Americans killing Americans like never before.

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  4. Never Said Goodbye

    You never even said hello,
    You just simply let me go.
    Sadder than a sea of tears,
    Could have taken away all your fears.
    Never blessed with a name,
    Discarded in a bucket of shame.
    Not even a tiny coffin for my broken heart,
    A place for every little body part.
    You will always be my mother,
    Would have loved you like no other.
    Before my play got off the ground,
    You brought the curtain down.
    As I was asking why.
    A tear fell from my eye.
    All I ever did was die,
    You never even said goodbye.

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  5. What’s wrong with CBS they host the show ‘Seal Team’ where there is not much greater display of patriotism than that. I LOVE that show and the representation of the men and women who serve. SHAME on ANY network for NOT promoting loyalty to your own nation. How sick, how sad, how great a ‘sign of the time.’

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  6. I think we should pray first. However I also think we need to let our voice be heard and flood CBS email box with complaints about this outrageous act censorship and not patriotic act. It’s shameful!!!!!
    We still have the freedom of speech and need to speak out regarding companies like CBS that want to take that away.

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    1. This article was posted in error. It is, indeed, from last year. We at IFA never intend to make mistakes and we are grateful when they are brought to our attention.

      Judy McDonough
      Communications Director

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  7. Maybe it’s time to remove this prayer request. You have incorrectly posted something that isn’t even correct. We protested this last year and I’ve seen nothing to indicate it was attempted this year,
    Maybe everyone should just stop watching football. You whine ans cry about kneeling yet you give them your time like sick voyeurs.

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    1. Thank you for a great ad. Many don’t realize the opportunities that are for them to enjoy while others are fighting for them as well as others who need our help. Stand for the flag. Knee for the cross

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    2. This article was posted in error. It is, indeed, from last year. We at IFA never intend to make mistakes and we are grateful when they are brought to our attention.

      Judy McDonough
      Communications Director

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        1. This article was posted in error. It is, indeed, from last year. We at IFA never intend to make mistakes and we are grateful when they are brought to our attention.

          Judy McDonough
          Communications Director

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          1. Thank you for your attention to excellence in word and deed. It can be disheartening when you see those with which you stand embellishing and/or twisting truth. I know that was not your intention. We all make mistakes and yes; we all need forgiveness.

            Keep us the great work!

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        1. This article was posted in error. It is, indeed, from last year. We at IFA never intend to make mistakes and we are grateful when they are brought to our attention.

          Judy McDonough
          Communications Director

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      1. This article was posted in error. It is, indeed, from last year. We at IFA never intend to make mistakes and we are grateful when they are brought to our attention.

        Judy McDonough
        Communications Director

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      1. This article was posted in error. It is, indeed, from last year. We at IFA never intend to make mistakes and we are grateful when they are brought to our attention.

        Judy McDonough
        Communications Director

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    1. This article was posted in error. It is, indeed, from last year. We at IFA never intend to make mistakes and we are grateful when they are brought to our attention.

      Judy McDonough
      Communications Director

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    2. What’s up is that FOX is blocking the ad from being run during the super bowl. Hiding truth to protect ratings. Maybe they’ll trust their viewers to be free enough to decide forthemselves.

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  8. I Love this ad concept. I will be boycotting the SB. Perhaps instead of building the ad around what the naysayers accuse as “crazy” -a form of insane, the theme could be “passion”, “selfless“, or “love“ for America. Patriots know it’s not “crazy” to have so much love for this country we would give our life for it. Elevating their hatred and making an ad to spite their rhetoric, rather than simply extolling the vast pure and good virtues of America, gives way to much attention to their myopic views. Stay in the positive with the ad, then tip a hat to their ability to scream within America’s blood-bought freedoms. My views. God Bless America.

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  9. I stand with the message in this ad and against any attempts to suppress a love for this country. CBS, why is it okay to air controversial Nike commercials and not one that honors those who protect us. Shame on you

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  10. I stand with Mark Geist and his ad. We have enemies living free in the greatest country on earth but these men and women that have defended our constitution fought died, bled, for even these enemies. God help them and send your mighty angels to deal with the hearts of these men, women etc that benefit from trying to tear down what you established in America the beautiful. My prayer is all those who go to the superbowl will stand anyway for our constitution on Sunday. In God we trust.

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  11. I stand as an American Citizen and wife of a military officer! You cannot silence the people who love this country. Those who are in opposition need to rethink why they live here. Someone died for their Freedom to speak!
    Lord change their perspective !
    Push back on the evil of this world view!
    May the world see us as a God fearing Nation again!

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  12. Even if I had never served in the military I would still say “amen” to this ad and to the beliefs of Nine Line Apparel’s CEO. How pathetic it is that America has become so unpatriotic. As a former Marine, I find it appalling that so few Americans are willing to STAND for freedom.

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    1. I am not a better an, nor a first responder but I am so thankful for what they do. I am a proud American. I have prayed for this company that they prosper and that CBS does not. I plan on boycotting CBC for this stance. I don’t need them. I pray that others who believe will do the same. Those who agree, take a stand

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  13. Thank you for this ad. God has given you and given us this message to just stand. Lord we thank you for the strength and the appointed time to just stand. Embolden our resolve and unity in you to be courageous.

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  14. Are we not “One Nation, under God with liberty and justice for all?”
    The enemy of our Christianity is going all out to destroy whatever and whoever he can before
    Jesus Christ returns in glory. As for the Christians in this nation it is time to take a stand
    against stuff like this. As we wait in joyful hope for the coming again of our Savior let us
    do all we can for His glory.

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  15. I wanted to share this on Facebook and it didn’t allow me to.
    I’ve also tried to text articles that also won’t allow me to.
    Email does work.
    Not sure if something can be done to fix this. Please someone give me an answer. Thanks.

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    1. Nextdoor App does not allow ou to share stuff like this either. In fact my account was terminated for a while when I posted about kneeling for the National Anthem.
      Someone up above states that this is a year old and that the Super Bowl is on Fox not CBS.
      There is a petition going around about Fox refusing to show a Pro Life ad during Super Bowl.

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      1. This article was posted in error. It is, indeed, from last year. We at IFA never intend to make mistakes and we are grateful when they are brought to our attention.

        Judy McDonough
        Communications Director

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    2. This article was posted in error. It is, indeed, from last year. We at IFA never intend to make mistakes and we are grateful when they are brought to our attention.

      Judy McDonough
      Communications Director

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  16. I decided to do my “due diligence” before forwarding this info to friends. When I googled it, I found out it was a year ago the ad was denied. Either I am mistaken (and I would like to be corrected if so) or that info should have been included in the article. These days in social media a year is like a decade ago.
    Also, CBS gave a “reason” that the company did not not have the proper credit. I don’t know if this is true, but I think it also should have been addressed in the rather vague paragraph about the reason CBS gave.
    I appreciate IFA and all that it does and very frequently forward info to my friends, so that they can pray, too. I do so appreciate all that you do. I just kind of wanted to enter these “details” into the record before info goes flying out that has issues (undercutting all the info we send out).
    I hope this does not seem critical because I am sure it was all presented with the best intentions and I did not know about the circumstances last year (Feb., 2019 was when it hit the news).
    Thank you for listening.

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    1. It would be a credit to all reading if each would do their own “due diligence,” which I have not done in this instance, but thank you for doing yours. Like you, I would like to think that all the pertinent information would always be included on this site. We trust the website to post complete and accurate information. Otherwise, it can become just one more place for inflammatory rhetoric, partial truths, and miss-information. I have learned the hard way that when we publicly post information like this, our critics not only do their “due diligence,” but are quick to call us out in our errors.

      In regard to the ad itself, I believe it was cowardly of the network to refuse it. I could be wrong, but I believe they published ads with kneeling football players, I guess that is different.

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      1. This article was posted in error. It is, indeed, from last year. We at IFA never intend to make mistakes and we are grateful when they are brought to our attention.

        Judy McDonough
        Communications Director

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        1. Thank you, Judy, for acknowledging and correcting the error. However, this page is now quite confusing, as the top comment still refers to CBS. I fear that if the CBS page (with a comment about it being an error) is not left up and a totally different page about Fox posted, that the info will indeed be dispersed through social media. We know how that goes – this is one of the “harmful” ways that lightening fast communications hurt us (I’m old, ha!) I know it can be useful and I have a number of friends who know about IFA through my passing along articles and quotes from your site. However, my personal opinion is that this site is still in a state of confusion. Therefore (no offense is intended), I am reluctant to fill in the info on the attached link to Fox.

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        2. Thank you for your quick response, Judy. The response alone speaks volumes about the integrity with which IFA operates. Acknowledged mistakes can be rectified and forgiven. This one is! We really do appreciate all IFA is doing to keep us informed. Thank you again.

    2. This article was posted in error. It is, indeed, from last year. We at IFA never intend to make mistakes and we are grateful when they are brought to our attention.

      Judy McDonough
      Communications Director

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    1. All true Americans should be “crazy enough.” Being a Christian does not mean being a doormat – or being a “sissy,” as we used to say.

      I love this commercial. Apparently, it struck a nerve – hhmmm. I pray that I will always be “crazy enough” to do the right thing.

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