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American Express advertising supported HuffPost which published op-ed calling for the death of President Trump and Republican officials and funded theatre where Trump character is assassinated.
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American Express’ advertising and sponsorship funds have twice supported media that has advocated violence toward President Trump.

First, American Express provided sponsorship funding for the theatre where a controversial Shakespeare in the Park production of Julius Caesar is taking place in which the Trump-inspired main character is brutally stabbed to death on stage.  American Express claims it only funded the theatre and not the play.  LOL.   

Second, American Express is advertising at the Huffington Post which published an op-ed on June 11, 2017 by Jason Fuller that called for the execution of President Trump and Republican leadership. 

The Washington Post published the following article that reports the op-ed published by HuffPost:

An op-ed posted June 11 by Huffington Post contributor Jason Fuller was pulled by the website after Wednesday’s attack on congressional Republicans.

“Impeachment Is No Longer Enough; Donald Trump Must Face Justice,” a call for the prosecution and execution of the president, was published just three days before 66-year-old gunman James Hodgkinson shot Rep. Steve Scalise and three others on an Alexandria, Virginia, baseball field. A reporter for The Daily Caller noticed the deletion late Wednesday and found a cached version still available.

“Trump’s impeachment and removal from office are no longer enough,” the HuffPo contributor wrote. “Draining the swamp means not only ejecting Trump from the presidency, but also bringing himself and everyone assisting in his agenda up on charges of treason. They must be convicted (there is little room to doubt their guilt). And then —  upon receiving guilty verdicts  —  they must all be executed under the law. Anything less than capital punishment  — or at least life imprisonment without parole in a maximum security detention facility  — would send yet another message to the world that America has lost its moral compass.”

The writer then asserted that Republican leadership should face the same fate.

“Nothing would do more than to convict them of the highest offense defined by our Constitution, and then to deliver the ultimate punishment. Donald Trump deserves nothing less,” the author wrote. “Mitch McConnell, Steve Bannon, and Paul Ryan should also share Donald Trump’s fate, for they have done more than practically anyone to protect him and to throw our country under the proverbial bus. In order to survive, we as a nation must deliver the ultimate punishment under the law to all involved in its current destruction.”

HuffPost editors and publisher allowed this article to be published therefore approved it.  HuffPost only removed the heinous, violent op-ed after Representative Steve Scalise and three other Republicans were gunned down.
 
The Huffington Post has also published a multitude of fake news, Islamist propaganda articles.  The Huffington Post has gone from fake news, Islamist propaganda to advocating violence against the President.  It has to stop before more people are harmed.  Florida Family Association targeted American Express in an email campaign for supporting HuffPost’s fake news, Islamist propaganda.  However, unlike 420 out of 439 companies who stopped advertising, American Express continued to advertise.

Florida Family Association has prepared an email for you to send that urges American Express to stop supporting Huffington Post's hateful, violent rhetoric and fake news, Islamist propaganda with its advertising dollars.  It also urges American Express to withdraw sponsorship from theatres where violence is advocated toward our president and national leaders.

To send your email, please click the following link, enter your name and email address then click the "Send Your Message" button. You may also edit the subject or message text if you wish.

Click here to send your email to urge American Express officials to stop advertising with media that advocates violence towards our president and national leaders.

Contact information:

Kenneth I. Chenault
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Kenneth.Chenault@aexp.com

Elizabeth Rutledge
EVP, Global Advertising and Media
elizabeth.rutledge@aexp.com

Michael J. O’Neill
Executive Vice President, Corporate Affairs & Communications
mike.oneill@aexp.com

Corporate, Financial and Risk Marina Norville
Vice President, Public Affairs and Communications
212.640.2832
marina.h.norville@aexp.com

Global Consumer Services Leah Gerstner
Vice President, Public Affairs and Communications
212.640.3174
leah.m.gerstner@aexp.com

Global Commercial Payments Rosa Alfonso
Vice President, Public Affairs and Communications
212.640.1712
rosa.m.alfonso@aexp.com

Global Advertising & Brand Management Elizabeth Crosta
Vice President, Public Affairs and Communications
212.640.6557
elizabeth.crosta@aexp.com

Global Merchant Services and Loyalty Molly Faust
Vice President, Public Affairs and Communications
212.640.0624
molly.faust@aexp.com

Global Business Travel Katie McCall
Vice President, Global Communications and Public Relations
551.229.4527
katie.mccall@aexp.com

Social Media Mona Hamouly
Vice President, Public Affairs and Communications
212.640.0512
mona.l.hamouly@aexp.com

Ft. Lauderdale/Phoenix/Salt Lake City Christa Burkhalter
Director - Public Affairs and Communications
623.492.7474 / 623.492.7411
christa.k.burkhalter@aexp.com

Directors

Kenneth I. Chenault
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, American Express Company
Kenneth.Chenault@aexp.com

Charlene Barshefsky
Senior International Partner, WilmerHale
charlene.barshefsky@wilmerhale.com

Ursula M. Burns
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Xerox Corporation
Ursula.Burns@xerox.com

Peter Chernin
Founder and Chairman, Chernin Entertainment, Inc.

Rafael de la Vega
VICE CHAIRMAN, AT&T INC. AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF BUSINESS SOLUTIONS AND INTERNATIONAL, AT&T

Anne Lauvergeon
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, A.L.P. SAS

Michael O. Leavitt
Founder and Chairman, Leavitt Partners, LLC
Mike@leavittpartners.com


Theodore J. Leonsis
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Monumental Sports & Entertainment, LLC
Tleonsis@monumentalsports.com

Richard C. Levin
Chief Executive Officer, Coursera
President Emeritus, Yale University
Rick@coursera.org

Samuel J. Palmisano
Former Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, IBM

Daniel L. Vasella
Honorary Chairman and Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Novartis AG

Robert D. Walter
Founder and Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Cardinal Health, Inc.

Ronald A. Williams
Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Aetna Inc.


Author: ffa   20170610   Category: Huffington Post  FFA: on
Tags: American Express, Huffington Post
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