Essay:Worst Liberal Commercials
In the 21st century, many TV commercials and online advertisements attack Caucasians, males, Christians, and even heterosexuals, while promoting feminism, leftism, environmentalism, and the LGBT agenda.
|Company||Year of Release||Description|
|Burger King||2017||Spreads belief in the fictitious "pink tax," a theory that women have to pay more for female-specific products. Promotes feminism. Received a large amount of criticism from conservatives and libertarians.|
|Gillette||2019||Attacks masculinity and attacks males for being misogynists. Received widespread criticism.|
|Reebok||2019||Promotes homosexuality and LGBT pride by featuring an openly homosexual basketball player attempting to advance the LGBT agenda. Also mentions "your truth."||Sephora||2019||In a sad attempt to showcase diversity, the advertisement pans through a transvestite, a Native American woman, an obese, bald, African-American woman, and a Muslim woman in a hijab. Some find the transvestite and bald woman repulsive. Sephora is a make-up company, and should showcase actual beauty. Also, the narrator encourages viewers to live "our truth," thus promoting the leftist belief in multiple "truths" rather than the truth.|
|Skittles||2019||Mostly goofy, until the end, when the commercial notifies its audience that Skittles has removed their own rainbow in honour of LGBT Pride, thus kowtowing to the LGBT agenda.|