Hate group leader Tony Perkins (or whoever writes his moronic spew) must have the most incurious constituency on the planet. One would also think that there must be some individual at Perkins’ Family Research Council who intelligently edits that hate boss’s rhetoric. Apparently not:
… there’s no sugar-coating the intolerance at Kellogg’s! Like a lot of corporate bullies, the cereal company bowled over shoppers with its decision to pull ads from media heavyweight Breitbart, because the outlet is supposedly too conservative for Kellogg’s taste. …
Yes, Kellogg’s is intolerant of the racism, anti-Semitism, homophobia, white supremacy and bias that are regularly promoted at Breitbart. Good for Kellogg’s! More importantly Tony Perkins is actively defending the outlet that makes racism, anti-Semitism, homophobia and white supremacy its signature meme. Mr. Perkins has a rather strange concept of what “conservative” means. It constitutes a tacit admission of the sentiments that many of us have assigned to Perkins for many years.
Perkins even goes on to quote an unnamed source at Breitbart:
“Kellogg’s decision to blacklist one of the largest conservative media outlets in America is economic censorship of mainstream conservative political discourse,” Breitbart fired back. “That is as un-American as it gets.”
Withholding patronage is blacklisting? Poor Breitbart. I find it remarkable that some schmuck at the hatesite has the temerity to lecture about what is un-American. It is not remarkable that Tony Perkins would choose to repeat this nonsense. It is what we expect from a shameless hate group leader.