NBC Sports Removes 'Under God' From Kids Saying Pledge of Allegiance

-By Warner Todd Huston

In its intro to the 2011 U.S. Open golf tournament, NBC Sports had a heart stirring montage of Old Glory, school kids reciting the pledge of allegiance, all intercut with some of golf’s biggest contemporary stars. It had everything: resounding music, patriotism, and golf. But one thing it didn’t have… the whole pledge. It seems NBC sort of forgot the “under God” part of the pledge.

That’s right, NBC cut out the part where the kids say “under God,” as in “one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”

This was obviously done on purpose. The video of the kids saying the allegiance goes from “one nation” and skips ahead to “with liberty and justice for all.” NBC absolutely, positively meant to cut out the reference to God in the pledge. There is but one reason they did this. NBC indulged a PC effort to expunge God from our national pledge of allegiance.

There can be NO other explanation.

NBC sportscaster Dan Hicks later gave one of those non apology appoligies, one of those “we are sorry if you were offended” deals later in the broadcast.

No American should accept this weak, last second apology. Everyone should contact these un-American cretins and complain. You can do so at http://nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/23071620.


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  • I'm not surprised.

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    In reply to siblingless:

    I don't see the problem. Editing out a couple lines for brevity. The original pledge is very patriotic too! The framers of the constitution would probably have chosen to leave "under God" out.

  • It doesn't suprise me that MSNBC left out "under God" in the pledge of allegiance. It is just as Jesus said, " No one can serve two masters." The people at MSNBC need to remove God from the minds of Americans so that MSNBC and organizations like them can take the place of that void, and be worshipped as deliverers of the undisputable truth. You see, back in 1905, a group of traitors founded an organization called the Intercollegiate Socialist Society. It's goal was to " throw light on the world-wide movement of industrial democracy known as Socialism." The group later changed it's name to the league for industrial democracy but continued to focus it's efforts on proselytizing to college students. Why focus on college students? College students gradute and work in top level positions in media, government and business. Therefore, through these new college student converts, they hoped they could convert the rest of the country to their religion of socialism. For much of the past century, they have largely been successful, one of many examples is the passage of the unconstitutional 17th amendment. To be clear, our constitution establishes a republic, not a democracy. I think Samuel Adams summed up best what the founding fathers felt about leveling schemes like socialism and communism when he wrote " The Utopian schemes of leveling [redistribution of the wealth], and a community of goods [central ownership of all the means of production and distribution], are as visionary and impracticable as those which vest all property in the Crown. [These ideas] are arbitrary, despotic, and in our government, unconstitutional." Now that main stream media no longer has a lock on the distribution of information, God willing, the American people will be awakened to who these traitors truely are and shall experience a new great awakening in returning to God, his teachings and morality.

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