Once again, NBC omits ‘under God’ from pledge of allegiance

Once again, NBC omits ‘under God’ from pledge of allegiance

[Ed. – This borders on psychotic.  The situation here is a depiction of the pledge being recited, in a TV drama series.  In real life, Americans recite the pledge using the phrase “one nation, under God.”  It’s a false depiction to show them doing anything else.]

An astute reader pointed out that NBC has once again omitted God from the Pledge of Allegiance. The omission happened during a commercial promoting the network’s upcoming spy thriller called “Allegiance.” How’s that for a coincidence?

“I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands,” a chorus of voices intones in the spot.  “One nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.” …

“Allegiance” is about a young CIA agent who learns his parents are former covert Russian spies who may be plotting a terrorist attack inside the United States. …

It’s not the first time the Peacock Network has dissed a deity.

In 2011 NBC was forced, yes forced, to apologize after they omitted the phrase “one nation under God” from its coverage over the U.S. Open Championship. It happened not once, but twice. …

NBC released a statement to the trade publication Broadcasting & Cable and said the decision to eliminate God was “made by a small group of people.”

“This was a bad decision,” NBC stated.

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