Savage Asks Clinton For Help In Battle With U.K. Government
May 14, 2009 at 4:59 AM (PT)
MICHAEL SAVAGE is asking his nemesis HILLARY CLINTON for help in his campaign against his banning from the UNITED KINGDON, with the THOMAS MORE LAW CENTER sending a letter to the Secretary of State appealing to her to call on the British government to lift the widely-reported ban.
SAVAGE was listed with terrorists and extremists on a list of people being banned from entering the U.K. by Home Secretary JACQUI SMITH on MAY 5th.
WORLD NET DAILY reports that the letter from the MORE CENTER's Pres. RICHARD THOMPSON asks for CLINTON's help, saying that the TALK RADIO NETWORK host is being punished "for what he says in the UNITED STATES and not what he has said or intends to say in the UNITED KINGDOM." The letter also says that "It is extremely suspicious that the Home Secretary's office would select an American radio talk show host to place on their so-called 'least wanted list,' when that individual has never taken steps to enter their country."