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03/30/2012

And Pat Robertson makes 37...

by Jeremy Hooper

Most of the commentators on GLAAD's Commentator Accountability Project are there because they often get booked and/or quoted in the media. The latest addition, however, is someone who plays a different role in this whole "culture war."
Screen Shot 2012-03-30 At 11.54.49 AmPat Robertson plays host to basically everyone who advocates against LGBT rights, from the more mainstream to the less connected. Plus, when these folks talk, Robertson tends to weigh in with his own reliably hostile views, blasting them out to the vast "700 Club" audience. And that is why Pat Robertson becomes #37 on GLAAD's list:

Pat Robertson [GLAAD CAP]

**ALSO: The National Org. For Marriage has become the first organization on the CAP list

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