In Spite of Oxford "Summons", Pro-Homosexual England Continues Long War Against Giant Radio Host Michael Savage
The famed Oxford Union in England has invited talk-radio host Michael Savage to participate in a debate on whether or not fugitive National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden should be called a hero.
There's only one hitch, as Savage pointed out in his reply to the invitation from the Oxford Union's Charles Vaughn.
The popular, nationally syndicated San Francisco-based talk host was banned in 2009 from entering the United Kingdom by Prime Minister Gordon Brown's government along with Muslim extremists and leaders of racist groups for "seeking to provoke others to serious criminal acts and fostering hatred." The government, however, has never specified what Savage has said that might threaten the nation's security.
Savage replied to Vaughn: "While I am most honored to have been invited to speak at the Oxford Union, I am unable to enter the great nation of England."
Public Advocate President Eugene Delgaudio has noted Michael Savage's defense of traditional marriage at the time and sponsored a petition of support for Savage on the Public Advocate website.