Sears, JCPenney pull advertising from ‘Saturday Night Live’ over Jesus-mocking skit


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The decision came after AFA and its supporters notified both major companies of the show’s recent portrayal of Jesus Christ “as a revenge-seeking murderer is an affront to all people of faith, especially Christians” and subsequently encouraged them to pull their advertising from the show and the show’s website.

“NBC would never do this to any other religious group, but it’s popular in Hollywood circles to go after ‘crazy’ Christians,” Tim Wildman, president of American Family Association, told FOX411’s Pop Tarts column.