Thursday, December 27, 2012

Deport Globalist Spokeman Piers Morgan

Petition to deport CNN’s Piers Morgan over gun control is countered by one saying the UK doesn’t want him back 

About 72,000 people had signed a White House petition to kick Morgan out of the U.S. for publicly pushing for new gun laws in the wake of the Newtown killings, but a new petition expresses the opposite sentiment.

While pro-gun activists are petitioning to get British-born CNN host Piers Morgan deported from the U.S., a competing petition on the White House website insists that the U.K. doesn’t want him back.

As of noon Wednesday, roughly 72,000 people had signed a petition to kick Morgan out of the country for publicly pushing for new gun laws in the wake of the school massacre in Newtown, Conn. Meanwhile, nearly 300 people had signed a petition on the White House “We the People” website entitled “Keep Piers Morgan in the USA.”

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“There are two very good reasons for this. Firstly, the (F)irst (A)mendment. Second and the more important point,” the petition reads, “No one in the UK wants him back.” “Actually there is a third,” it concludes. “It will be hilarious to see how loads of angry Americans react.”

The petition was started Christmas Day by a presumably British user who goes by the name “Janusz J.”
Its nearly 300 signers include people from Brooklyn, New Jersey, California and Texas.
The original petition – started on Dec. 21 by an Austin, Texas, user named “Kurt N.” — said Morgan has waged a “hostile attack against the U.S. Constitution by targeting the Second Amendment.”
That petition’s roughly 72,000 signatures are nearly three times the number needed to trigger a response from the White House.
Morgan continues to laugh off the movement on Twitter.
“Merry Christmas!” he wrote on Tuesday. “Even to those who want me deported.”


*Check out these videos: 1st is ugly debate on CNN with GOA Larry Bratt and second video includes Stratfor snitch Alex Jones calling for Piers Morgan deportation back in august this year