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Sothebys auction website is advertising at HuffPost which publishes leftist deceit and hateful rhetoric that can inflame readers disdain toward conservatives.

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Sotheby's auction website recently started advertising at HuffPost.

HuffPost.com feeds its readers with deceitful and hateful propaganda which likely inspires disdain toward other Americans and promotes Islamist propaganda.  Huffpost.com routinely publishes many venomous articles that inflame negative attitudes towards Christians, Jews, American troops, police and white people.  These articles certainly inspire division at the least and disdain for other American citizens at the worst.  HuffPost publishes dangerous Islamist propaganda that has defended misogynistic Sharia law, defended the Muslim Brotherhood, fundraised for the Council on American Islamic Relations, blamed Christians for worldwide conflict with Muslims, promoted an anti-Semitic blog and encouraged Islamist demagoguery.  Examples of HuffPost's vitriolic, leftist hate and twenty five examples of Islamist propaganda articles are posted here at this floridafamily.org article.

The Florida Family Association office has sent numerous emails to encourage Sotheby's officials to stop advertising at HuffPost.  However, Sotheby's continued to advertise.  Sotheby's 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 to support organizations that will not spend your consumer dollars supporting leftist hate and Islamist propaganda.

1,936 out of 1,960 companies have stopped advertising at Huffpost.com as of September 30, 2022.  We must keep the pressure on HuffPost advertisers especially now that BuzzFeed reports just how financially week the company is.  BuzzFeed acquired HuffPost on February 16, 2021.  BuzzFeed's CEO, Jonah Peretti makes it clear in this March 9, 2021 HuffPost article that HuffPost faces hard financial hurdles:  "HuffPost’s losses totaled around $20 million in 2020.  Though BuzzFeed is a profitable company, we don’t have the resources to support another two years of losses.  The two years that BuzzFeed's CEO refers to ends in March 2023.

Florida Family Association has prepared an email for you to send to encourage Sotheby's officials to stop supporting HuffPost propaganda with its customers’ money. 

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Contact information:

Charles F. Stewart
Chief Executive Officer

Jean-Luc Berrebi
Chief Financial Officer

Anthony Calnek
Co-Worldwide Head of Marketing

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