Fox network inserts bestiality into family programming

Urgent: File a formal complaint today with the FCC!

January 7, 2010

The Fox broadcast network featured bestiality on the program American Dad that aired over your public airwaves on Sunday night, January 3rd. But that's not the worst of it. The network chose one of the most popular animated children's programs (according to the Parents Television Council) to spew their toxic perversion and sickening content. Keep in mind that this program's popularity ranges primarily from children 2-11 years old.

I apologize about the explicit content of this alert but you must know about what happened and file a formal complaint now with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)! We must demand that the agency which is responsible for the enforcement of our broadcast decency law do its job.

WARNING: Explicit Content! Click Here to read the dialogue and view the clip from the January 3rd episode of American Dad which aired during prime time.

If you believe that the bestiality content aired in this program is indecent and violates the federal broadcast decency law then we urgently need you to take action now. Unless you act this kind of material could become the acceptable norm for television.

Click Here to file a formal complaint with the Federal Communications Commission and urge them to punish the Fox broadcast network that has blatantly broken the law. 



Additional information:

Julius Genachowski, Chairman
Federal Communications Commission
445 12th Street, S.W.
Washington, DC  20554
Phone: 1-888-225-5322
Fax: 202-418-0710
Julius Genachowski, FCC