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Huffpost.com started calling our military “racist” long before the epic leftist riots allegedly about racism in 2020. 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 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.
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!
HuffPost has published hundreds of articles that spew vitriol in its obvious objective to tarnish the public image of elected officials, military service members, law enforcement officers, conservative Christians and Jews, and white people. HuffPost.com publishes more leftist vitriol and Islamist propaganda that is read by more readers than almost any other leftist news site. Examples of HuffPost's leftist vitriol and TWENTY FIVE examples of Islamist propaganda articles are posted here at this floridafamily.org article.
Procter & Gamble has advertised off and on at HuffPost.com for over three years but stopped for periods of time after receiving emails from the Florida Family Association office. It is time to recognize Procter & Gamble's continual return to advertising at Huffpost and encourage the company to stop once and for all. Procter & Gamble 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 patronize companies that will not spend your consumer dollars supporting Islamist propaganda.
Why is it important to urge companies to stop advertising at Huffpost.com?
• Huffpost.com’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.
• Huffpost.com’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.
Florida Family Association has prepared an email for you to send to encourage Procter & Gamble to stop supporting Huffpost.com propaganda with its customers’ money.
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Very disappointed with P & G sponsorship of this site.
I am very concerned that Procter & Gamble advertises at HuffPost which calls American military and police racists and helped Colin Kaepernick to raise funds to defend violent rioters. HuffPost also published vitriolic articles that promote and inflame negative attitudes towards Christians, Jews, and white people. HuffPost has fundraised for terror linked Council on American Islamic Relations, defended terror linked Muslim Brotherhood and defended misogynistic Sharia law. I will not patronize companies that spend my money on vitriolic and Islamist propaganda.
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