HomeWorldwide NewsReport: Hallmark to Work on 'Lack of LGBT Christmas Movies' Mike Vance December 24, 2019 For the love of all things holly and jolly, we do not need the LGBT agenda shoved down our throats anymore than it already is! They have infiltrated (and overtaken) nearly every movie and show to be produced now. Leave my Hallmark Christmas movies alone! There is a report that the Hallmark Channel is working to fix the lack of LGBT-friendly movies in their Christmas lineup. Which is quite crazy to do considering Christmas is literally a Christian holiday, it's the celebration of Jesus' birthday. He is the reason for the season. Western Journal reports: According to The Wrap, executives at Hallmark’s parent company, Crown Media Family Networks, admitted the network is seeking to air more stories focused on LGBT characters. Crown Media's executive vice president, Michelle Vicary, said: “We are continuing to expand our diversity,” she added. “We are looking at pitches for LGBTQ movies. Like the industry, there is a lot of work to be done to catch up.” Vicary’s remarks echoed those made by Crown Media CEO Bill Abbot. Abbot told The Hollywood Reporter last week he is “open” to movies that have a homosexual character in the lead role. The channel’s reputation for airing wholesome, feel-good stories is widely known and greatly appreciated by millions of Americans who detest the radical nature of the LGBT movement’s demands. LifeSiteNews, a popular pro-life and pro-family news source, wrote a petition to Hallmark. They warned that changing their values will “risk losing a big part of their market” if the network gives in “to the LGBT agenda.” “Hallmark would be offending Christian viewers and Christian parents BIG TIME, by experimenting with homosexual themes, and, or cooperating with the LGBT indoctrination agenda,” the petition continued, “Hallmark should also know that if they give-in to the LGBT agenda, the LGBT activists will never be satisfied.” As of Friday morning, the petition was already at 30,000 signatures.