Duck Dynasty Patriarch Gets Support From Unlikely Places

Phil Robertson gets surprising support after making career-damaging anti-gay comments.
3:00 | 12/20/13

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Right now, the latest on "duck dynasty" patriarch, phil robertson, who is making headlines for the comments he made that led to him being suspended indefinitely by a&e. Now, his family is rallying behind him. The future of the show is in question. Abc's matt gutman has their story. Reporter: Overnight, the stars of the a&e hit show "duck dynasty," said the duck stops here. In jesus I pray, amen. Amen. Reporter: The robertson family, threatening to walk away from the show, saying, as a family, we cannot imagine the show going forward without our parry a tri ark at the helm. Robertson has discussed controversial views before. Here he is preaching in 2010. They are god-haters. Reporter: A&e has no comment. But others across america are fighting for phil robertson, the patriarch of the most-watched unscripted show in history. He was suspended indefinitely after his comments to "gq," associating homosexuality with sin and gays into terrorists. Robertson, who grew up in jim crow louisiana, has his views on race. Preentitlement, prewelfare, were you saying they were happy? They were godly. They were happy. No one was singing the blues. You might think his duck is cooked. But not so fast. On facebook, a fan page calling for the boycott of a&e until phil is reinstated, surged to over a million likesn just a day. And the supporters are big shots. Sarah palin seen here with the "duck dynasty" guys, blasting his critics thursday as intolerants. And home state's governor, bobby jindal -- the left is tolerant of every viewpoint except for those that disagree with them. Reporter: And the show's biggest sponsor, underarmour, is not cutting ties. When I visited, the family talked about the gospel of guns, family and faith. Amen. Reporter: The family that prays together, stays together on tv. Amen. Reporter: For "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news, new york. Thanks to matt for that.

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