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1,506 companies stopped advertising at Huffpost.com after being urged to pull off the website because it supports the Islamist political agenda and spews vitriolic propaganda that inspires leftist hate.

Report date as of June 30, 2021. Reports updated quarterly.

One thousand five hundred six (1,506) out of one thousand five hundred thirty four (1,534) companies (98%) stopped advertising on Huffpost.com after being encouraged to pull off the website because it supports the Islamist political agenda and spews vitriolic propaganda that inspires leftist hate. HuffPost publishes more leftist vitriol that is read by more readers than almost any other leftist news site.   As liberal and leftist as the Washington Post is its articles pale in comparison to the hate and vitriol that takes up a large portion of the Huffpost.com news site.  HuffPost.com has published hundreds of articles that spew vitriol in its obvious objective to tarnish the public image of military service members, law enforcement officers, conservative Christians and Jews, and white people.  Huffpost.com has defended 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, encouraged Islamist demagoguery, and promoted other Islamist propaganda.

Has influencing over 1,506 companies to stop spending customer money at Huffpost.com made a difference?  The following New York Post and Wall Street Journal articles report that Huffpost.com is losing a lot of money.

The New York Post reports "Verizon scrambles to unload HuffPost as losses mount."  The article reports that HuffPost’s annual revenues averaged $45 million while expenses ranged between $60 to $70 million during recent years. The article alleges that revenues dropped by another $5 million this year because of Covid 19.  The New York Post article reports the true reason why companies are not advertising at HuffPost.  It's because of HuffPost's leftist vitriolic content.  And Florida Family Association is the organization that informs companies about HuffPost's leftist vitriolic content and urges them to block advertising.  The New York Post reports in part:   “This thing loses so much money,” a digital media executive with knowledge of the financials said. “It’s such a mess, I wouldn’t touch it with a 10-foot pole. I don’t think there’s any way you can make money.  Who wants to buy ads on the thing? Nobody. If Verizon can’t make money on it, who can?,” the source said. “And, you have to fire half the people? There goes the traffic. The brand means nothing anymore and it’s ultra-partisan.”

The Wall Street Journal published a report titledBuzzFeed to Acquire HuffPost in Stock Deal With Verizon Media.  The report states in part:   BuzzFeed Inc. has agreed to acquire Verizon Media’s HuffPost in a stock deal, the companies said, November 19, 2020…Verizon Media is also making an undisclosed cash investment in BuzzFeed in addition to the stock deal for HuffPost, according to a person familiar with the matter.   How financially strong of a company is BuzzFeed?  Its stock price for BZFD is not listed.    “BuzzFeed announced on May 13, 2020 that it would be closing its United Kingdom and Australian news operations.”  Businessinsider.com   “BuzzFeed has laid off 67% of employees who were furloughed earlier this year in response to the financial downturn caused by the pandemic, a company spokesperson confirmed to TheWrap on July 23, 2020 Thursday…” Thewrap.com  It appears that Verizon is giving BuzzFeed a significant amount of cash in order to offset HuffPost’s estimated annual operating loss of $20 to $25 million.  BuzzFeed will have to make drastic cuts to HuffPost’s payroll and other expenses if both companies want to survive.  But if budget cuts could render HuffPost profitable and still be operable then why didn’t Verizon make the budget cuts?  What happens when HuffPost’s continuing losses burn through the cash that Verizon gave BuzzFeed and its own resources? 

The New York Post published an article titled:  BuzzFeed finalizes deal for HuffPost, EIC search continues.  The article reads in part:   The article reports in part:  BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti, a co-founder of the Huffington Post with Arianna Huffington, on Tuesday finalized his company’s acquisition of the left-leaning news and culture site.  The search for a new editor-in-chief is expected to move into high gear now that a deal is done.  “HuffPost will operate as its own distinct brand within BuzzFeed, and will remain separate and independent from BuzzFeed News,” said a spokesman, who said the two sites will syndicate material across both platforms.  “Our search for a new editor-in-chief at HuffPost is active and ongoing,” the spokesman said.  HuffPost, which officially shortened its name from Huffington Post in 2017, has been without a top editor since Lydia Polgreen jumped to head Spotify’s podcasting company, Gimlet Media, in March 2020.  BuzzFeed’s editor-in-chief since May, Mark Schoofs, is heading up the search for an editor to lead the HuffPost division.

Unfortunately, BuzzFeed does not have the $4.7 billion net income that Verizon had in 2020 out of which to subsidize HuffPost’s estimated $25 million annual loss.   Variety.com reported “BuzzFeed Cuts Staff Salaries, CEO Jonah Peretti to Forgo Pay During Coronavirus Crisis” on March 25, 2020.   Techcrunch.com reported “BuzzFeed extends pay cuts and furloughs 68 employees” on May 6, 2020. The Variety.com and Techcrunch.com reports indicate that BuzzFeed does not have the income to cover HuffPost’s loses.  That is the reason why Verizon agreed to give BuzzFeed an unreported amount of cash to help offset HuffPost’s loses.   Verizon is not going to underwrite HuffPost’s loses at BuzzFeed forever.  Otherwise, Verizon might as well have kept HuffPost under its corporate umbrella.

HuffPost reported on March 9, 2021:  BuzzFeed lays off 47 employees including 8 managers at HuffPost to stem $20 million deficit.  The article reports in part:  Peretti told staffers that the decision, which will affect 47 U.S. employees, including eight in management, was made in order to “fast-track the path to profitability” for HuffPost, enabling the company to break even this year and eventually turn a profit. HuffPost’s losses totaled around $20 million in 2020, he said.  “Though BuzzFeed is a profitable company, we don’t have the resources to support another two years of losses,” Peretti said. 

In order to make HuffPost financially viable BuzzFeed must address both expense and revenue issues.  In the short term, BuzzFeed will have to make very deep payroll and administrative cuts.  On the revenue side, if BuzzFeed wants HuffPost to attract more advertisers it will have to significantly decrease the extreme leftist hate that HuffPost spews.

Florida Family Association encourages Corporate America to stop supporting Huffpost.com's Islamist and vitriolic propaganda with consumer money.  Outlined below are just a few examples.

Huffington Post article helps Colin Kaepernick raise money to defend rioters "resisting police."

HuffPost published an article which informs its leftist readers about Kaepernick’s fund to help rioters that are arrested. The article states in part:

BLACK VOICES 05/29/2020 05:55 pm ET

Colin Kaepernick On Minneapolis Uprising: ‘We Have The Right To Fight Back’

The activist and former NFL quarterback launched a legal defense fund for those resisting police violence in response to the George Floyd killing.

Kaepernick tweeted.

When civility leads to death, revolting is the only logical reaction.

The cries for peace will rain down, and when they do, they will land on deaf ears, because your violence has brought this resistance.

We have the right to fight back!

Rest in Power George Floyd


92.2K people are talking about this

Huffington Post columns and articles assault the Christian faith:

•    A column titled: How An Evangelical Dating Guide And Purity Culture Gave Me An Anxiety Disorder.  The article states in part: Although I haven’t read the book in decades, my body still harbors the trauma of its teachings.

•    A column titled: My Evangelical Church Is Gaslighting Me, But I Refuse To Fall For It Anymore.  The article states in part:  But the church also claims there’s good news! Even though I deserve death, Jesus’ bloody crucifixion and subsequent bodily resurrection saves me from a fiery eternal hell ― all because I believe this supernatural story and earnestly accept the gift of his grace. And because of this sacrifice, I owe him a lifetime of gratitude, worship and a commitment to follow his commandments (even though, because of my human flesh, I will always ultimately fail him).  For decades, I bought this story and ….  The boldness of the church’s hypocrisy is causing me to question the very foundation of my spiritual beliefs. It’s disorienting. Every biblical principle I hold sacred has been disregarded by many other Christians, and I often feel like I’m losing my sanity while the entire house of cards that is my evangelical upbringing collapses around me.  Those Christians are calling me a heretic and a godless woman because now I reject their Republican rhetoric and because my personal Christian values ... more closely align with the Democratic Party’s platform.

•    A column titled: Christian Schools Like Karen Pence’s Are The Real Threat To Academic Freedom.  The article states in part:  Last week, the “second lady” of the United States, Karen Pence, went to work as an art teacher at Immanuel Christian School in Northern Virginia. Immanuel Christian School requires “moral purity” from its staff, meaning they can’t be queer, have sex outside marriage or watch porn, and must “respect the unique roles of men and women.” Immanuel Christian is not unusual. Too many religious schools at all levels regulate the personal conduct of their employees and students, restrict the books teachers can assign or students can read, and demand fealty to narrow constructions of religious identity, while enshrining bigotry into their bylaws.

•    An article titled:  Voucher Schools Championed By Betsy DeVos Can Teach Whatever They Want. Turns Out They Teach Lies.    These schools teach creationism, racism and sexism.  The article assaults Christian schools for teaching creationism which is a fundamental of Christianity.  The article twists textbook quotes completely out of context to allege Christian schools are racist and sexist.   The article claims the textbook statement “Jews plotted to kill Jesus” is racist.  It is a fact that Jews plotted to kill Jesus, who was also Jewish.  Most Christians have a strong affinity for Israel and Jewish people.
•    A column titled: White evangelicals will never make America great again.  If a HuffPost.com article ever denigrated "black" Christians it would most likely lose all advertisers.  But some advertisers are okay with racist articles directed at white Christians.  

•    A column titledWhite Evangelicals Are The Most Fragile Of All White People.   The column is a sordid collection of unsubstantiated attacks on the character of “white evangelicals" and Christians.  The author of this hideous racist, column wrote many insults without any supporting facts.

Where are Huffingtonpost.com articles or columns that criticize Islam, Islamist political movement or Sharia law?  However, there are plenty of articles supporting the Islamist movement in America.  Some examples are provided below.

Huffingtonpost.com published an article on August 18, 2017 that 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.  This article broadly paints the racist title on the people who give their lives for our public safety.

HuffPost.com added to its leftist content with an article titled Relax, Boomers: Socialism Is Good Now.  It’s going to be OK.  The article’s objective is to smooth over baby boomers’ fears of socialism which HuffPost claims was allegedly caused by misinformation and propaganda.

HuffPost.com has published numerous articles that promote Islamist propaganda. 

Huffington Post articles have defended the Muslim Brotherhood, defended Sharia law, 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.  Additionally, the Huffington Post has former Al Jazeera journalists writing articles and Huffington Post Arabic is led by hard line Islamists from Al Jazeera.  Many examples of Islamist propaganda articles are provided below.

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.”

The Huffington Post Arabic edition is run by two hard-line Islamists according to a report published by Breitbart.  Anas Fouda, an Egyptian native now living in Muslim Brotherhood-friendly Turkey, is the new editor-in-chief of HuffPost Arabi. He was arrested by UAE authorities in 2013 after being charged with being a leader in the Islamist group, according to a NOW Lebanon, which linked to an article in which Fouda allegedly admitted that he has been a member of the Brotherhood since 1988. Prior to becoming the Huffington Post Arabic editor, Fouda was an executive producer at Al Jazeera Arabic, a network accused of having rabidly pro-Brotherhood biases.  The Huffington Post’s Arabic venture was created after the left-wing news network teamed up with Integral Media Strategies, an organization led by Wadah Khanfar, who was previously employed as Al Jazeera Arabic’s managing director. Khanfar, like Fouda, has been arrested by an Arab government (Jordan) on suspicion that he was a leader in the Muslim Brotherhood terror group. Additionally, Zvi Mazel, the former Israeli Ambassador to Egypt, has in the past noted with certainty that “Wadah Khanfar is a Muslim Brother,” and that the former Al Jazeera chief turned the network into a “weapon in the service of” the Muslim Brotherhood.

Huffington Post propaganda mocks, belittles and blames people who are concerned about radical Islam in a manner that impairs the willingness of some people to speak up for public safety.  Their propaganda erroneously blames alleged Islamophobia for the worldwide conflict between Muslims and infidels.  Florida Family Association started sending emails in April 2016 to encourage the CEO and Marketing Vice President of companies that advertise at Huffingtonpost.com to stop supporting the progressive website's offensive bias with their advertising dollars.

Examples of Huffington Post Islamist propaganda.

FIRST EXAMPLE:  Huffingtonpost.com published an article on November 22, 2016 that encouraged people to financially support the Hamas-Muslim Brotherhood linked Council on American Islamic Relations.  “With Trump threatening a national Muslim Registry and hate crimes against minority groups massively increasing in the days after the election, it’s critically important to support organizations like CAIR.”

SECOND EXAMPLE:  The Huffington Post published an article on January 13, 2017 titled Cruz vs. The Muslim Brotherhood Boogeyman that appears to defend the Muslim Brotherhood.  "How the senator’s new bill could destroy American Muslim groups and lead to the “wanton violation” of civil rights. 

THIRD EXAMPLE:  Huffingtonpost.com defended Sharia law in its article titled 5 Things You Need To Know About Sharia law.  In the wake of an Islamic terror attack in Nice, France that killed 80 people, HuffPost reported “Asking American Muslims to swear off Sharia law is a violation of religious liberty.”  Many of the oppressive and violent tenets of Sharia law are antithetical to the rights afforded citizens by the Constitution of the United States.

FOURTH EXAMPLE:  Israel National News published an article on January 13, 2017 titled Huffington Post refuses to remove anti-Semitic blog.  "Huffington Post Arabi, Arabic version of left-wing media outlet, retains overtly anti-Semitic blog decrying Jews as 'murderers of Mohammed'."

FIFTH EXAMPLE:  The Huffington Post published an article on July 19, 2019 titled "Rep. Ilhan Omar Gets Hero’s Welcome As Supporters Greet Her After Trump Attacks.  We have your back, some of her supporters shouted in Minnesota as others chanted, Welcome home!”  Huffington Post published the above headline article which praised Islamist United States Representative Ilhan Omar who spews anti-Semitic rants, wants to defund the Department of Homeland Security, fundraised for Hamas linked, Muslim Brotherhood linked, terror linked CAIR and sponsored legislation that is attempting to put the Director of National Intelligence’s Terror Watch List under leftist congressional leadership oversight.

SIXTH EXAMPLE: The Huffington Post published a report on October 12, 2016 titled Islamophobia Just Drove This Boy And His Family Out Of America.  It appears HuffPost pulled the article altogether because of credibility issues.

SEVENTH EXAMPLE:  The Huffington Post published an article on October 6, 2016 that is headlined:  "Let’s Talk About All That Anti-Muslim Garbage In Your Newsfeeds" that white washes Islam's harsh treatment toward women.   "And it’s not just your crazy ― but lovable ― uncle sharing these memes. It’s your school board chairwoman, your town council member, your postal worker and your state’s agricultural commissioner.  These memes would have you believe that the Quran compels Muslims to violence, that Muslims want to take over the U.S. and implement (gasp!) Sharia, that Islam hates women, and that all Arabs are Muslim and all Muslims are Arab.  In short, these posts are garbage."

EIGHTH EXAMPLE: The Huffington Post published an article on Apri1 26, 2016 titled "Did Jesus Predict Muhammad? A Biblical Portal Between Christianity and Islam" appears to blame Christianity for Islamist violence.  The article states in part:  "I argue that Christians have the opportunity to transform the way we see Islam and Muslims by accepting Muhammad as Spirit of Truth. However, the majority of Christians still maintain a fundamentally Islamophobic position on Muhammad. So I believe that the time has come for peacemaking Christians to contradict this position directly.   This erroneously blames alleged Christian Islamophobia for the worldwide conflict between Muslims and infidels;  Dangerously perverts the Holy Scriptures of the Bible to falsely elevate Muhammad to a Judaic Christian status; and  Tragically ignores the millions of Muslims around the world who support the killing of hundreds of thousands of Christians.

NINETH EXAMPLE: The Huffington Post published an article on July 21, 2014 titled 6 Convincing Reasons Debunking the Myth of Islam Promoting Hatred of Jews and Christians.  All a person has to do is to read some of the quotes from the Quran posted in the above Second Example to realize this article is defending the indefensible and demonstrates a clear bias for Islamism.

TENTH EXAMPLE:  The Huffington Post published an article on December 16, 2016 titled Muslim Civil Rights Group Honors Jewish Counterpart With Award.  The Investigative Project on Terrorism published the following about this HuffPost propaganda.  "So the first Jewish group that CAIR honors is a venomously anti-Israel one that retails propaganda against the Jewish state and ignores the genocidal anti-Semitism of its foes. 

ELEVENTH EXAMPLE:  The Huffington Post published an article on January 26, 2017 titled “The American Dream Or The American Nightmare?”  The article states in part:  “This is a call to your conscience. I am writing about the ‘Muslim ban,’ as people are calling it.  The ‘Muslim ban’ is not about security. This is about Islamophobia, plain and simple.”  Only fake news promoters are calling it a Muslim ban because that is not what President Trump’s executive order states.  More Islamist propaganda.

TWELFTH EXAMPLE:  The Huffington Post published an article on January 25, 2017 titled “Don’t Deride Women Marchers — Help Them Become More Radical.”  The article headlines a photo of a women’s march protestor with a sign of a women wearing a Hijab that is made from an American flag.   This is a tragic display of hypocrisy having the Hijab, a sign of oppression and devalued women’s rights, made out of an American flag, which stands for freedom and liberty for all including women oppressed under Sharia law in America.

THIRTEENTH EXAMPLE: The Huffington Post published an article on January 31, 2017 titled:  "Organizing Against Islamophobia: Reflection And Analysis To Strengthen Our Work."  The article states in part:  "Muslim communities and those being targeted by the relentless, ongoing Islamophobic, racist, and xenophobic assaults coming from so many directions are organizing with great integrity, strength, and intention. We know these assaults are not new, but the moment calls for all sorts of resistance."

FOURTEENTH EXAMPLE: The Huffington Post published an article on March 30, 2017 and updated it on April 28, 2017 titled:  “The Hadith And The Myth Of An Anti-semitic Genocide In Muslim Scripture” clearly white washes Muslim bigotry towards Israel.  Robert Spencer wrote at Jihadwatch.org in part:   HuffPost gave “three Islamic apologists space to explain that the hadith in which Muhammad is depicted as prophesying that Muslims will bring on the end times by killing Jews wholesale is really quite benign and nothing to worry about at all.  Here is the fullest version of the hadith, which appears many times in shorter forms in the two hadith collections that Muslims consider most reliable, Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim."

FIFTEENTH EXAMPLE: The Huffington Post started a project called “Documenting Hate” which put pressure on a Catholic Diocese to terminate well liked teacher Mark Smythe for sharing factual Catholic teaching with students that was critical of Muhammad.   In the case of the Huffington Post’s hit piece on Mark Smythe, the person who filed the complaint directly with the Huffington Post was not directly involved in the school.  This project is certainly being used to push the Islamophobia false narrative.     

SIXTEENTH EXAMPLE:  Huffington Post published an article on June 25, 2017 titled Another Violent Ramadan.  This article, which appears to focus on quelling people’s criticism of Islam, biasedly profiled a handful of incidents (many of them alleged incidents) that victimized Muslims.  The article quoted reports by the Council on American Islamic Relations.  HOWEVER, the article failed to report the overwhelming VIOLENCE that the people of Islam committed during Ramadan.  During Ramadan 2017 there were 161 Muslim terror attacks that killed 1,483 people and wounded 1,557 others.  

SEVENTEENTH EXAMPLE:  Huffington Post published an article on June 24, 2017 titled Most Of America’s Terrorists Are White, And Not Muslim.  The subheading stated "Right-wing terror is real, and it’s a problem."  The title speaks for itself as fake utter nonsense.

EIGHTEENTH EXAMPLE:  Huffington Post published an article on July 27, 2017 titled "I Became Muslim Because Of Jesus."  The html link for this article states "Jesus guided me to Islam."  This outrageous report is offensive to Christians.

NINETEENTH EXAMPLE:  The Huffington Post published an article on January 16, 2018 titled “The Girl Who Lied About Hijab Attack Deserves An Apology.”  Khawlah Noman, 11, started a media and political firestorm by falsely reporting that a strange man had cut her hijab with scissors on her way to school.  Her fake story captured national and international attention, and drew public condemnation from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and Toronto Mayor John Tory.   Huffington Post reports that Khawlah Noman is not only deserving of sympathy but an apology for the blowback that came her way after she was outed by police as making it up.

TWENTIETH EXAMPLE:  The Huffington Post promotes hijab and Islamist oppressive dress.  The Huffingtonpost.com published an article on February 1, 2018 titled “One Of The Largest Retailers In The U.S. Is Launching A Hijab-Friendly Fashion Line.  Muslim and non-Muslim women will be able to purchase hijabs, tops and loose pants on the Macy’s website.

TWENTY FIRST EXAMPLE:  The Huffington Post published an article written by Nate Terani titled "Donald Trump’s America Is Already Hell Enough For This Muslim-American."  The article states in part:  "In some dark corner of my mind, given what we know about what we human beings are capable of, I can almost imagine some kind of Muslim-American version of the Holocaust, the ultimate nightmare that immigrants and Muslim-Americans have dreaded since Donald Trump’s election victory in November 2016, but dare not whisper."  This demagogic article clearly fans the flames of hate toward President Trump, his cabinet and anyone who rightfully expresses concern regarding the nationalistic approach that Islamists are taking toward establishing a Caliphate.

TWENTY SECOND EXAMPLE:  The Huffington Post published an article that promotes an Islamic rapper whose goal is to normalize the hijab and Islamist ways.  The article is subtitled “This Rapper Is Challenging Stereotypes Of Muslim Women Through Her Music."

TWENTY THIRD EXAMPLE:  The Huffington Post published an article titled "In The Name Of Hate, Muslim Women Face Road Rage Behind The Wheel" that defends the Sharia inspired hijab without evidence.  A Muslim woman alleges that she was the victim of road rage but the article states she does not even know what the other driver yelled at her.   The article states:  Although Omar couldn’t hear what he was shouting, she knew what it was about. In her gut, she said, she knew he was attacking her for her hijab.“ ’He was probably calling me a terrorist or something,” Omar told HuffPost. “I just knew.”  More made up accounts, propaganda.

TWENTY FOURTH EXAMPLE:  The Huffington Post published an article titled "Rep. Ilhan Omar Wanted To Discuss Palestine. Here’s What’s Happened There Since.  Israeli soldiers have killed two Palestinians just this week."  The article defended Muslim Rep. Ilhan Omar and Hamas occupied Palestine during the time that Omar was spewing anti-Semitism vitriol.

TWENTY FIFTH EXAMPLE:   The Huffington Post published an article titled "Islamophobia Is A Global Crisis — And It’s Time We View It That Way" to push the Islamophobia false narrative.

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 and vitriolic, leftist reports makes it a leading proliferator of Islamist and vitriolic, leftist 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 hundreds of American and foreign 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.

The Florida Family Association office has communicated with one thousand five hundred thirty two (1,532) companies since April 2016 regarding their advertising on Huffpost.com as of June 30, 2021.   

•    A total of one thousand five hundred six (1,506) companies stopped advertising.  Ninety eight (98%) of the companies did not advertise again after receiving emails from the Florida Family Association office or after receiving emails from thousands of people in response to Florida Family Association’s online campaigns.

•   Twenty eight (28) companies continued to advertise.

The names of the companies that Stopped Advertising and that Continued Advertising are listed below.  New recent advertisers and companies that have not advertised in several months but advertised again in the report month are not included in the lists until sufficient time is allowed to determine if the companies will continue to advertise.

Click here to read the list of 1,506 companies that Stopped Advertising as of June 30, 2021.  This file is too large to post in an html article. 

28 Companies that Continued Advertising as of June 30, 2021.  (Linked names have active email campaigns.)

Aidion.com Guangzhou Banggood Minute Media
Allbirds Gundry MD NAC Marketing prostagenix.com
Alzheimers Assoc Harrys Nike
Amazon Kintsugi Hair  NYU
Beverly Hills MD Leaf Home Solutions LLC Planned Parenthood
Casper Livestly.com Pointbreakmediagroup.com
ClickFunnels Livingmgz.com Purple Innovation
Commissions Inc Media Force the walletguru.com Sovereign Offshore Banyan Hill
Discovery Milamode Sprouts Farmers Market

The following chart shows the progress of this campaign as June 30, 2021.

  To Date Number of  Percentage of  
  Companies companies that companies that Number of companies
  Contacted stopped advertising stopped advertising that kept advertising
September 211 150 71% 61
October  231 190 82% 41
November 270 237 87% 33
December 310 281 91% 29
January 323 298 92% 25
February  372 351 94% 21
March 398 369 93% 29
April 422 400 95% 22
May 439 420 96% 19
June 470 448 95% 22
July 499 478 95% 29
August  563 535 95% 26
September 602 578 96% 24
October  627 603 96% 24
November 657 630 96% 27
January 688 662 96% 25
February  718 694 97% 24
March 735 711 97% 24
April 756 732 97% 24
May 782 752 96% 30
June 822 788 96% 34
July  844 810 96% 34
August  902 870 96% 32
September 915 884 97% 31
October  961 923 96% 38
November 976 943 97% 33
December 1,009 977 97% 32
January  1,020 987 97% 33
February  1,032 1,002 97% 30
April 1,063 1,029 97% 34
May 1,082 1,050 97% 32
August  1,117 1,084 97% 33
September 1,149 1,118 97% 31
October  1,161 1,132 97% 29
November 1,188 1,156 97% 32
December 1,201 1,173 97% 28
February  1,213 1,190 98% 23
March 1,248 1,217 98% 31
April 1,279 1,241 97% 38
July  1,333 1,306 98% 27
October  1,403 1,373 98% 30
December 1,414 1,396 99% 18
March  1,481 1,446 98% 35
June 1,534 1,506 98% 28

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