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Aetna advertises on Joy Reid who apparently believes Martin Luther King statement about not judged by the color of their skin means white people should be penalized for their skin color and punished for systemic racism.


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319 out of 390 companies (82%) have stopped advertising on The ReidOut

Joy Reid’s January 16, 2023 show on Martin Luther King Day opened with the following headline caption “CONSERVATIVES TWIST MLK’S WORDS TO OPPOSE RACIAL EQUITY & ANTI-DISCRIMINATION LEGISLATION.”   One of Martin Luther King’s most famous quotes is "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character."  Conservatives take the literal interpretation of King’s statement to mean that he believed prejudice based on skin color of any kind was wrong.  Leftists like Joy Reid are the true twisters of King’s words.  Leftists believe his words mean that white people should be penalized in the market place for the color of their skin and even punished by being forced to pay reparations.  This is reinforced by the content of Reid’s past shows which are loaded with racial equity (justice for blacks only), Critical Race Theory, white hate, reparations and the false narrative of systemic racism. 

The ReidOut, hosted by Joy Reid, on MSNBC is one of the most anti-white racist programs on television.   The ReidOut’s host, sit in hosts and some contributors practice anti-white hate speech that is offensive, racist and likely inspires hate among some viewers of this show.  Joy Reid supports defund the police movement, defends Black Lives Matter riots, promotes reparations, advocates Critical Race Theory and disparages white people especially Christian white people.  Reid is so prolific with anti-white hate speech that Tucker Carlson on Fox News calls her “the race lady.”  That is why the Florida Family Association office has been sending emails to the CEO and CMO of companies that advertise on The ReidOut since November 2021.    These emails provide numerous examples of Joy Reid’s anti-white hate speech. 

The Florida Family Association office has sent emails to inform Aetna officials regarding the anti-white racist content of the Joy Reid show.  Aetna would most certainly not support with its advertising dollars a white talk show host or white contributors engaging in such false, offensive and dangerous rhetoric about black people.  Aetna certainly has the right to advertise on whatever media it chooses.  You have the same right to voice concern regarding the content on such media and spend your money elsewhere.

Florida Family Association has prepared an email for you to send to encourage Aetna officials to stop supporting Joy Reid's anti-white racism with its customers’ money.  This email has been trimmed down to make it through Aetna's email screening software.

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.

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Karen Lynch, CEO

Shawn M. Guertin, CFO

Carrah Kalat
Chief Marketing Officer

T.J. Crawford
Aetna Media Contact

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