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Unlike the other 734 companies that Florida Family Association and its supporters have contacted regarding advertising at HuffPost, USAA has threatened to sue Florida Family Association.
USAA’s desire to advertise at Huffingtonpost.com is apparently strong enough that it is willing to threaten a pro-family, pro-America non-profit organization with legal action for providing the public with the opportunity to express concern to the company regarding its advertising choices.
USAA’s continued advertising support for HuffPost given the news site’s anti-Military, Islamist propaganda prompted Florida Family Association to send out two email alerts and post an article at Floridafamily.org.
USAA legal counsel issued a letter which demanded that Florida Family Association stop sending emails to its officers and directors that expressed concern regarding USAA’s advertising support for HuffPost.
Florida Family Association issued a reply letter to USAA after the letter was reviewed by its legal counsel.
No other company, out of the more than 3,500 companies that Florida Family Association has communicated with in the past 16 years, has threatened to quash its and its supporters’ First Amendment rights. Additionally, none of the other 734 companies that Florida Family Association has communicated with regarding advertising at huffingtonpost.com have threatened to sue. In fact, 711 of these 735 companies stopped supporting the news site’s propaganda.
Florida Family Association has documented that Medimatters.org continues to list USAA on its website for people to protest USAA’s advertising with Laura Ingraham. It is logical to assume that USAA has not sued Media Matters since such a case would have garnered massive attention from the leftist drive-by media.
Florida Family Association sent out an email alert on April 9, 2018 titled "USAA, patronized by millions who served in the US Military, supports HuffPost who calls American military racists and publishes Islamist propaganda." Thousands of people sent emails of concern to USAA officers and directors.
USAA advertisements stopped appearing at Huffingtonpost.com for over a week until Florida Family Association deactivated the online campaign after discerning the company stopped advertising. However, USAA advertisements started appearing again within hours after Florida Family Association deactivated the online campaign.
USAA’s continued advertising support for HuffPost is disgraceful given the anti-Military, Islamist propaganda articles posted at the website.
Many current and former military service members sacrificed their lives to fight to against ISIS, Taliban, Al-Qaida and other groups that espouse Islamist doctrine which is antithetical to the rights afforded under the US Constitution.
How can USAA in good conscience spend current and former military service men and women’s money to support a media that calls our military racist?
Sadly, USAA appears to make company growth a priority over its members’ public image and values.
Huffingtonpost.com calls America’s finest, our soldiers racist in its article titled “Becoming A Racist: The Unfortunate Side Effect Of Serving Your Country?” In addition to smearing America’s finest with the racist title it trashes our police as well.
The Huffington Post has published numerous articles that promote Islamist propaganda. Huffington Post articles have defended the Muslim Brotherhood, fundraised for the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), blamed Christian Islamophobia for worldwide conflict with Muslims, promoted an anti-Semitic blog, encouraged Islamist demagoguery, and promoted other Islamist propaganda. The Huffington Post has former Al Jazeera journalists writing articles and Huffington Post Arabic is led by hard line Islamists from Al Jazeera.
The Huffington Post published an article written by Ben Piven on January 12, 2017 titled “Why Al Jazeera America Failed, And Why We Need It More Than Ever.” The subtitle stated “America desperately needs something similar to pioneer this new era of uncertainty and misinformation.” Ben Piven “was at Al Jazeera for over 5 years, including several years at AJAM in New York City and also in Doha at AJE during the height of the Arab Spring.”
Twenty examples of Islamist propaganda articles have been provided to State Farm officials.
Why is it important to urge companies to stop advertising at Huffingtonpost.com?
• The Huffington Post’s large number of readers and high volume of pro-Islamist reports makes it a leading proliferator of Islamist propaganda in the United States.
• Islamophobia propaganda is the top tool Islamists use to influence Americans to ignore advancement of Sharia doctrine in the United States. Unfortunately, it intimidates people to the point of stifling free speech in a manner that hurts public safety and allows Sharia to thrive.
• The Huffington Post’s frequent pro-Islamist reporting feeds the Hate America crowd with more reasons to defend Islamists and ignore the harmful direction that results from its acceptance.
• HuffPost and HuffPost Arab employ several former Al Jazeera reporters and Islamist advocates who have pushed the Islamist and Muslim Brotherhood agenda.
• Florida Family Association’s opposition campaign educates thousands of officials at American companies about the harm caused by erroneous Islamophobia propaganda and pro-Islamist reporting. The thousands of emails that company officials receive reveal that there are many Americans who find Islamist propaganda deceitful, harmful and offensive.
USAA certainly has the right to advertise in whatever forum it chooses. You have the same right to voice concern regarding the content on such forums and choose insurance companies that will not spend your consumer dollars supporting Islamist propaganda.
Florida Family Association has prepared an email for you to send to encourage USAA officers and directors to stop supporting the Huffingtonpost.com propaganda with its customers’ dollars. Please feel free to change the subject line and message.
Click here to send your email to encourage USAA to stop supporting Huffingtonpost.com Islamist propaganda with its members' money.