Piers Morgan begs fans to sign petition to keep him in his TV job days after online petition calls for his sack over treatment of gay community
Good Morning Britain TV host, Piers Morgan has begged his fanbase to sign an online petition for him to keep his job, days after an online petition originated asking for the Tv Host to be sacked from his job because of his treatment of the LGBTQ community.
Morgan on Sunday revealed that he’ll be debating whether or not he should be fired from his position on the Monday show, and has now asked his 6.8million Twitter fanbase to show their support by adding their signatures to a Change.org appeal.
‘BREAKING: There is now a rival petition to save me on @GMB,’ Piers wrote. ‘Thank you Margaret Lowry! Please sign it if you wish to repel the snivelling snowflakes & keep me in my job.’
In another post, he added: ‘Spread the word, my people… Sign, RT, and save me as your voice against the shriekingly illiberal liberals who want to cancel everyone who dares challenge them…’
Morgan’s petition has so far garnered over 2000 supporters, meanwhile the pettiton asking for Morgan to be sacked reads ‘Morgan dictates to his viewers that it’s acceptable to deny an LGBTQ+ person of their rights; it’s acceptable to tell them they don’t exist; it’s acceptable to call them “snowflakes” when they get rightfully upset,’
‘These are the lessons Morgan teaches. ITV, as a major broadcasting corporation with a worldwide reach, are currently tarnishing a long-lasting legacy by using one of their highest-performing programmes as a vehicle to spread hate and intolerance.’
Written by Kartia Velino