Phil Robertson fans start Facebook pages and Change.org petition showing their support
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Phil Robertson fans start Facebook pages and Change.org petition showing their support

Lockport : LA : USA | Dec 18, 2013 at 8:38 PM PST
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Phil Robertson

News came out tonight that Phil Robertson of "Duck Dynasty" has been suspended because of some comments he made in a GQ interview. Basically he let everyone know that he doesn't believe in being gay and sees it as a sin.

A&E finally spoke out tonight about this and actually suspended Phil from his own show. He has a lot of fans supporting him though and saying they won't be watching the show anymore without him. Some are even talking about a boycott against A&E.

Once Facebook page is already up that is called Bring Back Phil Robertson. It already has 112,000 likes and is going strong. They are doing everything they can to get him back on the show. Another page popped up after and has almost 1 million likes. It is called Boycott A&E Until Phil Robertson Is Put Back on "Duck Dynasty." Check it out here.

A Change.org petition has also been started that says that viewers want him back on the series. It already has over 11,000 signatures and is going strong.

It is going to be interesting to see how this all turns out in the end. Do you think that A&E was right to suspend Phil Robertson from "Duck Dynasty"? Sound off in the comments and please like my Facebook to stay up to date on the latest news.

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