Skip to comments.Will Companies Pull Ads Over MSNBC's Race Propaganda?
Posted on 08/21/2009 7:35:29 AM PDT by montag813
Network Edits Clips of a Black Man with Guns at an Obama Rally to Support Race Narrative
In their statement yesterday explaining why they were removing their ads from ALL "political talk shows" on cable, Clorox said per their standards, they do not advertise on programs which "present facts inaccurately or distort them to blatantly partisan advantage".
Well I commend the executives at Clorox and indeed all other advertisers revising their ad placement standards over the Glenn Beck brouhaha, to see what MSNBC did during their morning show on August 18th.
(Excerpt) Read more at defendglenn.com ...
Excellent point! And so many more examples everywhere of crapola on the left that should be unsupported....
I tune in the Mike Malloy show on XM channel 167 at night just to listen to his unglued rants against GB. He is absolutely hilarious. He constantly wishes and says GB should commit suicide, and how advertisers are leaving FOX in droves because of GB. If you have access to a radio, listen for a few minutes for a real perspective into the lib mind.
Of course not. MSNBC rarely, if ever, utters a single word of truth.
Their advertisers are of the same ilk.
If you have access to a radio, listen for a few minutes for a real perspective into the lib mind.
I’ll have to make sure I’m up-to-date on my inoculations.
The coverage was hateful toward conservatives... Advertisers should be notified...
MSNBC’s viewership can’t really drop any more than the current level, so what is the downside? It’s probably the cheapest national ad buy on TV.
Only if we point it out to them in great numbers.
Do we really need to EXCERPT DefendGlenn ?
Sotomoyer is probably already prepping her decision if she gets the chance.
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