HRC Applauds A&E's Handling Of 'Duck Dynasty' Situation
The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) has given their own reaction to A&E's decision and it actually may surprise you.
"It's not really a reversal [to reinstate Phil Robertson]. We think it's actually a positive outcome, and we want to thank A&E for their attentiveness and collaboration over the course of the last few weeks. We've received assurances also that the Robertson family is now open to working with African-American and (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) people to address the real harm that such anti-gay and racist comments can cause. That's been our 'ask' since Phil's comments ran in GQ, and while it's a positive step, it certainly cannot and should not be the last one."
What's your take on that, Instincters?
Sirius XM radio host Michelangelo Signorile has already sounded off on the HRC's comments on Twitter, saying:
— Mike Signorile (@MSignorile) December 29, 2013
Do you agree with Mike or are you more in line with HRC?
(H/T: Joe. My. God.)