It’s difficult to pick which leftist talking head from within the radical media seems the most desperate to quiet any dissent from their pre-approved narratives. With MSNBC, you have the usual suspects in Rachel Maddow, Lawrence O’Donnell, Ari Melber, Joy Reid and Chris Hayes. On CNN there’s a multitude of leftist talking point repeating parrots from which to choose from, including Chris “Fredo” Cuomo, Don Lemon, Wolf Blitzer, Erin Burnett, Anderson Cooper, Brooke Baldwin and Kate Bolduan. Okay, so basically anyone that puts their own opinions — and the opinions of their bosses — above the actual news. So, all of them.
In this instance, “Reliable Sources” host Brian Stelter is the latest culprit of trying to shame an advertiser into dropping their ad money from Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”
Stelter called out MyPillow and their CEO Mike Lindell for supposedly, according to a small television analytics group, supporting Carlson’s show by buying up nearly 38 percent of the ad space during that particular hour of programming.
Here’s Stelter’s tweet:
My Pillow props up @TuckerCarlson: Mike Lindell's firm is advertising on Tucker's show "nearly 10x more than the next-largest brand by spend," according to @ispottv data. pic.twitter.com/c0Pwz0I0NZ— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) July 6, 2020
So what? What does it matter to Stelter who sponsors Carlson’s show? Maybe he’s just jealous of Carlson’s recent ratings, which recently claimed the mantle of “Highest Rated Program In Cable News History.”
Carlson poses a threat to people like Stelter, because he says things that Stelter and his ilk wouldn’t dare say for fear of losing their cushy positions in their radical media ivory towers. Therefore, Stelter and social media activist groups like Sleeping Giants do everything they can to attack the one segment of society that will bend the knee to the outrage mob — corporations that buy ad time on TV shows. Leftists know they can’t stop people from watching, but if they attack the sponsorship of certain shows there will eventually be nothing to watch besides their own radical networks pushing their own radical ideology.
In light of that, if any of you don’t like the tactics that fake “journalists” like Stelter employ in order to silence dissent, here’s customer service number for Procter & Gamble (P&G), who is the number one advertiser on Stelter’s “Reliable Sources”:
Procter & Gamble — Advertisements for Crest, Vicks & Dawn
Customer Service number: (513) 983-1100
I’m not saying that people should voice their displeasure with P&G in order to “cancel” Stelter’s program. That would make me no better than Stelter. But let P&G know that they sponsor fake news which promotes a radical ideology. Who knows if they'll even care?