Breitbart Declares “War” On Kellogg’s Over Ad Ban

From the Hollywood Reporter:

Breitbart News, the media outlet whose executive chairman, Steve Bannon, was Donald Trump’s campaign CEO and is now the president-elect’s chief counselor, is declaring war on liberal activists who are encouraging brands to withhold their advertising from the popular website.

Insurance company Allstate and food company Kellogg’s, maker of Fruit Loops and Cocoa Krispies, are the latest to declare that they’ll no longer allow their advertising to appear alongside Breitbart articles, which progressive activists are calling “racist,” “sexist,” “anti-Semitic” and more.

People with knowledge of the matter say activists have been gathering screenshots of online ads at Breitbart.com and pressuring companies to pull them. It’s a tactic similar to ones that have worked to varying degrees against Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck and other conservative pundits.

“We’ll handle this the way we always do — war,” Breitbart CEO Larry Solov told The Hollywood Reporter (founder Andrew Breitbart, before his death in 2012, declared “war” on what he called the “Democratic-Media Complex,” his term for a liberally biased news and entertainment industry).

“What you’re seeing is Kellogg’s and others buying into a false, left-wing narrative that our 45 million readers are deplorables,” said Solov, referencing Hillary Clinton’s charge that half of Trump’s supporters belong in a “basket of deplorables.”

Last week a major digital ad service announced that it will no longer place any of its clients on Breitbart. That move has resulted in a small avalanche of individual advertisers doing the same. The most prominent brands to so do at this writing are Kellogg’s, Allstate, Warby Parker, and the Denmark-based pharma giant Novo Nordisk.

  • Mike C

    Fascists hate the free market.

    • IamM

      They hate all freedom.

      • Paula

        Yup! The I don’t like it, so you can’t do it crowd.

  • Michael R

    All fascism starts by taking out the breakfast cereal that opposes them .

    • David Walker

      But I thought they were largely Fruit Loops to begin with. Or, like Tony PerKKKins’ flooded mansion, they’re just collateral damage?

  • Bared Bear

    Get your fascist hands off my Tony the tiger.

    • lymis

      “Make America Grrrrrrr-eat! Again!”

      You could have seen this coming.

      • Derrick Johns

        LOL
        Thanks, lymis I Haven’t seen Tony in years.

  • seant426

    Dear Hollywood Reporter: It’s “Froot Loops.”

  • Kelly Lape

    This is where the Fuehrer gets his news… Sad, pathetic, and deplorable.

  • Brian G

    Not all 45 million of your readers are deplorable……probably just a little over half are though

    • Frank McCormick

      Actually, I completely question the 45 million readers statistic.

      • vorpal

        They are like a zoo… I’m sure that about half that number comes from people visiting to point and laugh at the deplorables in their echo chamber cage of stupid.

      • Dagoril

        All of those Peruvians from the Soccer Stadium are avid readers too!

      • lymis

        I always wonder, in numbers like that (and the mailing list of groups like NOM) what percentage of their “membership” is people who disagree with them and only sign up to keep track of what they’re up to.

    • Oh’behr

      I think their .00045 million readers are. Which is about 450 readers.

      Yet I’m bad with math, so what do I know.

  • canoebum

    “We’ll handle this the way we always do — war”. Yeah, that’s the voice I want whispering in the President’s ear.

    • Bared Bear

      When your only tool is fascism then everybody looks like a group that you have to terrorize and suppress.

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    • Read: Media arm of Trump presidency declares war on Cocoa Krispies.

    • zhera

      When the only tool you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.

      I wonder how they’ll go to war, though. Boycotts? The companies would welcome that.

    • lattebud

      Expect a Twitter rant about Kelloggs being nasty and needing to be locked up.

    • wmforr

      In other news today, the U. S. Marines invaded the corporate headquarters of Kelloggs and killed all of the inhabitants. President Trump announced it as a great victory for freedom.

      • Amanda B. Rekendwith

        Gives Battle Creek new meaning.

  • Ninja0980

    About to go buy some Kellogg cereal just to tick the Breitbart folks off.

  • Michael R
  • PickyPecker
  • Randy Ellicott

    Is there a site with screen shots of the headlines over there, i dont want to go to the site but want to make clear why they are being called out…

  • PickyPecker
    • Silver Badger

      Some of us are trying to eat here!

      • Oh’behr

        Come to think of it, I don’t know what he sounds like (his voice). I think I’ll turn off videos when he’s on. As I do now for Trump.

        • Beagle

          I also don’t know what his voice sounds like. I think I’ll assume that he sounds like Truman Capote.

  • Bared Bear

    All of this bullshit could’ve been so easily avoided if our country wasn’t infested with stupid people.

    • David F.

      The problem is that nothing breeds like stupid. We have become “Idiocracy”.

      • BudClark

        The anti-population control forces … the Mormon Church, the RC Church, the “Quiverfull” Movement, the anti-choice movement, etc. are DETERMINED to birth enough little Republicans to hang on to power. They’re playing The Long Game.

        • ChrisMorley

          The catholic bishops are ignored on contraception by almost all US catholics and have been for many years. The large catholic families of yesteryear are really exceptional now.
          The bishops are thoroughly anti-abortion and most catholics will say they are pro-life, but when push comes to shove, most catholic women with the resources to deal with an unwanted pregnancy will find a solution. That helps explain why the pope recently gave ordinary priests the power to forgive abortions; you used to have to go to the bishop.

    • MonochromeMouse

      or if there was an IQ test required before voting

      • The Return of Traxley

        Uh…. they did that in the south for black people decades ago…

        • Oh’behr

          Well, we could do it for whites. I’m white. Ejumacated one. /s

        • Todd20036

          If it were the same test with the same difficulty level offered to all people, I’d be ok with this.

          If you cannot name one freaking SCOTUS justice, or the 3 branches of government, then you cannot vote.

        • MonochromeMouse

          Its possible to have an intelligence test, or at least a test that shows you understand the issues you’re voting for, without it being racist. as long as it is created by a non-biased source and there are strict regulations on who is allowed to administer the test.

    • Silver Badger

      Are they stupid or just ignorant? I suppose willfully ignorant is just the same as stupid.

  • crewman

    “45 million readers” — meaning how many people have ever visited their site once, e.g. any joemygod person who’s been to that site is one of those numbers.

    • prixator

      There’s one of those ambulance-chasing law firms that advertise regularly on our local news channel. One of their selling points is “over 200,000 people have dialed our number!”.

      I’ve always thought that’s an odd boast. I’m thinking that their toll-free number must be very similar to some much more popular one, so they get a lot of wrong numbers.

      But, their claim would still be true.

  • Hey, dude! The free market has spoken! Go piss up a rope.

    • MonochromeMouse

      Conservatives only support a free market when it’s a conservative owned business refusing to serve someone, anything else and it’s somehow a violation of the first amendment

  • Nick Abner Poff

    This fruit is adding a box of Froot Loops to his shopping list.

  • kcken
  • Michael R

    Needs more psychotic clowns

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2vBJt1iG60

    • Dagoril

      Well that was disturbing 🙂

    • Bared Bear

      We all float down here…

    • Johnny Wyeknot

      Remember that the heiress to the Post cereal fortune built Mar-a-lago.

      • Michael R

        Is this comforting ?

        Donald Trump paid $7 million for the estate in December 1985. After acquiring the property, Trump had the property renovated with three bomb shelters .

        • bzrd

          they’ll be full of water soon

          • David Walker

            That’s somehow comforting re: Drumpf…not necessarily other Floridians.

      • Amanda B. Rekendwith

        If you have the opportunity to visit her home in Washington, DC, it’s quite the amazing museum.
        http://www.hillwoodmuseum.org/about-hillwood

        • Johnny Wyeknot

          I know! Curiosly, I have never been even though I have lived in DC since 1970 and have a docent friend there!

          • Librarykid

            She had money’s mammy by the tit and the Communists needed cash so she bought what she could while her husband Ambassador Davies was stationed in Moscow. I’m sure she did not give a cold fried damn about the suffering of the little people there or anywhere. She did marry a gay man who escaped to Mar-A-Lago where he had nude swimming parties for young men and boys in the ocean. He was bought off and sent on his way.

          • Johnny Wyeknot

            Russia sold off lots of its art and much of it has ended up in American museums. They needed the money and she had it. I don’t see a problem with that. The “little people” don’t factor into this equation but I know she hosted many glittering charity events at both Mar-a-lago and Hillwood. It’s not her fault she was born into money. Hopefully some billionaire will be around to buy my collection when I go belly up. As for naked swimming in the Atlantic Ocean, never a good idea. Too many odd man-eaters about. Although they seemed have left Ted Kennedy alone during his midnight Palm Beach skinny dipping escapades.

          • Librarykid

            I did not imply that I had a problem with it either. Lighten up. I did not know that you were a relative. The little people I was referring to were those in the USSR.

  • David F.

    Oh please – the only thing that most of the Deadfart readers can afford is the generic store brands. The name brands are luxury items. They’re probably refilling on original name brand box with generic to fool their kids.

    • OT: my mother used to buy the cheap 5-gallon-bag of generic sweetened corn flakes and put them in a Frosted Flakes box!

    • Oh’behr

      (Me smiling). Luxury when I was a kid was getting those brand boxed little boxes of cereal which were one time use when we traveled up to the lake cabin. What a treat. We (my brothers and sisters and I) thought we were in heaven. It was just the same box of cereal my parents paid more for the little box. Did generic cereal exist in the 1950s and 1960s? If it did, I guess my parents didn’t buy it. Not that we were rich. I suppose my parents cut corners to spoil us.

      • David F.

        I had almost forgotten about those. I grew in a multi-generational household. My mom used to buy those variety packs so that there was always something for each member of the family. They used to leave me all the heavily sugared ones – they were always great snacks even right from the box without milk.

  • Dagoril

    Why does Bannon hate America?!

    Oh yeah. Because he’s a Nazi shithead.

    • Librarykid

      But I thought that jebus loved ‘Murica and blessed ‘Murica so how could Pence, who is SOOO religious, be in cahoots with someone who hates ‘Murica and is a neo-Nazi? Unless, of course, he is at heart, a low-down, dirty rotten pig fucker.

      • Dagoril

        I’m not saying that Pence is indeed a pig-fucker.

        But it is being said.

        • Librarykid

          by people on the internet.

  • Rebecca Gardner

    Fuck Breitbart!

    • Silver Badger

      ICK! But he’s still dead! 🙂

  • Djurisk
  • DaddyRay

    Time to buy stock in these companies

    • Bert_Bauer

      Already have stock in Kellogg’s and Target.

  • Why do you hate the free market, Breitbart?

  • Joe in PA

    So, Breitbart is “declaring war” on a sponsor. That will serve you well.

  • PickyPecker
    • Uncle Mark

      Perhaps Trump will send his boys out in a relentless, yet futile attempt to bag Tony the Tiger. (I’d be happy not to see their sneering mugs ever again.)

  • Skeptical_Inquirer

    OT: The comfort is microscopic but I enjoy the fact that the GOP politicians are unhappy about the constant tweeting by their Dear Leader.

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/11/30/how-the-gop-won-big-in-2016-and-lost-all-control.html

    “In a sign of the times, Graham said he was looking into introducing a congressional resolution saying that Congress viewed the elections as accurate, free, and fair—because Trump’s suggestions of fraud “does create uncertainty in the minds of some.” Just one problem, though, Graham told the Beast—he’s still trying to find a Democratic co-sponsor.”

    Also, fuck you, Graham.

    Edit: We need to push the fact that they are a bunch of cheater mccheatersons. I’d like to see more people show up wherever they are and openly mock them as frauds.

    • Bj Lincoln

      Thanks for the post. Drumpf’s tweeting IS a problem and it’s going to get worse if they don’t take his phone.

      • Skeptical_Inquirer

        I do not understand why they have not done so.

      • Oh’behr

        I don’t see how Drumpf is going to be Presidential when he’s micromanaging via Twitter.

    • lymis

      Undo the gerrymandering, pass a comprehensive Voting Rights Act, mandate non-partisan review of things like access to voting machines, champion early voting, repeal Citizens United, and THEN we can talk about Congressional resolutions about “accurate, free, and fair” elections.

      You people are the PROBLEM. You don’t get to declare all the problems you caused magically wiped away.

      • Skeptical_Inquirer

        It needs to become a thing where any and all GOP politicians are considered illegitimate until they do so.

      • LaChatSayWha

        Thank you!

  • vorpal

    “Oh, you’re going to boycott advertising with us? Well, we’re double-doggy-doo-doo going to boycott you!”

    Breitbart war: I can already hear the keyboards angrily clacking away with echo chamber impotence.

    • NO MORE GOP!

      echo chamber impotence: my new favorite phrase! 🙂

  • Kellogg’s has a storied history i won’t even get into, but i’m pretty sure that this was a smart move on their part, despite Breefart’s “ascendency.” political trends come and go, breakfast is forever. drumpf is a toxic brand and any corporation would be well served in the long term to tread quietly and infrequently in pro-drumpf circles.

    i still remember when public school was a place where you could learn something. when i was a child (70s) i remember one science teacher showing us a movie about the truth about what constitutes a “healthy breakfast” for growing children. specifically, it hammered home one simple truth about the ads, which back then were required to say about cereal, “it’s part of a complete, balanced breakfast” and they’d always show a bowl of cereal along with a glass of juice, some fruit, and maybe an egg or piece of toast. my teacher explained to us that cereal in the morning was basically unnecessary. a complete healthy breakfast can include a grain serving, but the sugar in cereal and the fat in whole milk pretty much unbalanced the healthy part of fresh fruit, juices and low fat proteins. he recommended we look closely on our ingredients list of our favorite cereals to find out just how much sugar they had.

    after that i understood why yoghurt and oatmeal or malt o meal were what we got. my parents were pretty good about not getting us hooked on junk foods, and the only cereals they would buy were grape nuts or unsugared wheat squares. i’m so glad i never got hooked on the sugary stuff like so many.

    • Hmmmm… it has been ages since I had hot Grape Nuts with cinnamon and nutmeg. Off to the Safeway!

      • Bj Lincoln

        Yummy!

        • hudson11

          and the healthiest cereals are often the least expensive. 🙂

          • BudClark

            Homemade granola!

      • ColdCountry

        That sounds GOOD!

    • Bj Lincoln

      We never got sugary cereal as kids either and I never bought that crap for my kids. They grew up making better decisions about their diets.

    • Oh’behr

      I grew up in the 1950s and 1960s. Back when TV advertising still was about sugary cereals. I’m glad later there was more balance (before Reagan came in as POTUS). Congrats on your parents. Though I’m glad my parents also did cook breakfasts and didn’t always buy pop tarts and all of the sugary cereals we (us, kids, me and my siblings) saw and TV and demanded.

  • JT

    Breitfart: You must pay for our lies. That’s what capitalism means.

  • The Return of Traxley

    Gawd, imagine the outrage if Crystal Palace vodka quit them.

  • mikeinrkfd

    Well maybe if Kellogg’s started selling ‘White Flakes’ it would be a better ad buy.

    • Guess?

      Or Milk Toasties.

  • RobynWatts

    Oh please, please do that! In fact ENCOURAGE your readers and followers to burn boxes of cereal so that we can have more scenes like this…

    https://youtu.be/AcWm4qQaPpE

    • Jerry

      Who knew Honey Nut Cheerios were so flammable?

      • Acronym Jim

        According to the protester, Honey Nut Cheerios are gay, so of course they must be flaming. /s

    • seant426

      Me thinks the closeted old queen doth protest too much.

    • zhera

      Not even putting out the fire before they run. LOSERS!

    • Oh’behr

      I remember reading long ago that this guy had died just after doing that video. Oh well …

      https://www.queerty.com/general-mills-arsonist-michael-leisner-dies-of-apparent-heart-attack-20120816

      • Chucktech

        If he had had half a brain he would have died from self mortification over that goofy hate stunt.

        • David Walker

          But it certainly made a lasting impression.

          • Chucktech

            Too bad that video can’t play in a loop on his tombstone.

      • Ragnar Lothbrok

        It was said that alcohol never touched his lips.

        No wonder he died.

      • Librarykid

        He’s dead…good.

    • lattebud

      The gay breakfast agenda is egg whites and spinach.

  • Djurisk
  • GayOldLady

    Kellogg’s is 110 years old and has outlasted 19 presidents, so throw your dumb ass hissy fit because I doubt too many mommies will stop feeding their children cereal over Breitbart.

    • Oh’behr

      Better get million moms, er, that mom, on it, right away! hee hee.

    • Chuck in NYC

      Kellogg’s has also outlasted my refusal to buy any of its products since the Nut & Honey flap years ago. I may have succumbed once to a Rice Krispies treat in the years since, but I didn’t actually shell out the money for it.

    • ChrisMorley

      Kids’ pester power is awesome.

  • Bared Bear

    He does have a healthy pool of screaming hate monkeys to release upon his… err… Trump’s detractors.

  • vorpal

    “People with knowledge of the matter say activists have been gathering screenshots of online ads at Breitbart.com and pressuring companies to pull them.”

    It’s also the tactic used by One Million Moms, the AFA, and the FRC.
    The difference is that when WE do it, it actually works, Breitbitches.

    • John30013

      I was gonna say, it’s A-OK when AFA, NOM, OMM, etc. call for boycotts. It’s only fascist, leftist bullying when our side does it.

  • gaymex1

    I wonder which states, red or blue, grow the grain for cereals?

    • Oh’behr

      I read that as red or blue, or gLow the grain for cereals.

      With trump, you never know whom he’ll nuke!

      • LaChatSayWha

        I’m pretty sure he’ll ask Vlad to go for the coasts.

        Except he lives in midtown manhattan. So I guess it’ll be the west coast. Sigh. I grew up during the Cold War, and I’m once again I’m dreading a nuclear attack.

        Seriously. I think the chances of a nuclear attack or false-flag event are incredibly high with this douche and his cabal of amoral brigands.

    • BudClark

      Unfortunately, the red ones, mostly, though there’s a lot of rice grown in Northern California.

      • gaymex1

        The point I was sort of half-assed trying to make was that boycotts are never simple. Red states will be hurt as much as anyone else, since they grow the grain used by most cereal companies.

  • blackstar
  • teeveedub

    “… buying into a false, left-wing narrative that our 45 million readers are deplorables …”

    See, our racism, misogyny, homophobia, violence and violent rhetoric, white power salutes, neo-Nazism, and ammosexualism are all just one big misunderstanding.

  • Lori

    What are they going to do, have Bannon put Snap, Crackle & Pop in an internment camp?

    • Silver Badger

      Only Snap and Pop. Crackle resisted arrest and was shot multiple times.

  • Dagoril

    Donald Drumpf: “I had to arrest the leaders of the Kellogg’s corporation and shut down their businesses for un-American activities. However, good news, everyone! Try my new Trumpett-O’s! Available at fine retailers everywhere!

    • Oh’behr

      With added metal and you don’t want to know.

    • Snarky

      And now, Sugar Frosted Trumpett-O’s in the new bigly sized box! Because it’s just not breakfast without Type 2 Diabetes.

  • Oikos
  • Dave Babler

    Never thought I’d have anything in common with deadmoron.com. But Kellogg’s is banned in my house, more symbolically because the man was a fucking monster and pro sexual mutilation, not because I’m petty neo-nazi (like those at deadmoron).

    • Randy Ellicott

      At what point can a company make amends in your mind? I am not trolling but was having a similar discussion and am trying to understand. For some companies that are so tainted by their founders evil, thinking of Goebbels company, I can see never forgiving. But Kellogg’s has moved significantly from their founders beliefs and actions, and has been quite socially responsible, for an american corporation anyway, that i wonder what they would have to do to change your mind, if they could?

      • Oh’behr

        I know. Krup’s is something then which would come to my mind in terms of Germany. Or would I boycott forever GM as it helped kill my local trolley company back in the 1950s.

        http://www.lovearth.net/gmdeliberatelydestroyed.htm

        • Randy Ellicott

          Well i understand the want to boycott a company that did wrong, Like Cracker Barrel but then Cracker Barrel has changed a bit… kinda… i am seriously looking for a cut off point or logical reason… Walt Disney was a crazy [email protected]@hat but i wouldn’t say that is anything true of the company now…

      • Dave Babler

        I should have specified it as being “symbolic” in other words. I go out of my way to avoid purchasing from them, but I won’t grab your box of Pop-Tarts out of your hands and stomp on them if you bring them into my house. It’s more of an educational starting point. It allows me to bring up the topic if someone mentions a product by them, and then proceed the education process on the history of pseudo-scientific justifications for sexual mutilation. As I am doing here.

        • Randy Ellicott

          So do you do the same for Disney Products (or any other current brand that had a despicable founder)? Or is it just this issue?

    • Silver Badger

      Dave, Kellogg is dead now.

  • Gerry Fisher

    I’m confused. I heard on NPR from a conservative saying that Breitbart is a reliable, objective source of news. Why would they be warring against anything? /s

    • Silver Badger

      Gerry, when you have a moment, I have a choice piece of ocean front property in Durango I would to speak with you about.

  • SoCalGal20

    Forget your 45 million readers being awful people. It’s the fucking hateful drivel you feed them that’s the problem. Just a reminder of some of the hateful, bigoted shit:

    http://money.cnn.com/2016/11/14/media/breitbart-incendiary-headlines/

    https://twitter.com/georgetakei/status/798169781027373056

  • The Milkman

    A white power war on corn flakes? Girl. Sit down.

  • NancyP

    Do I care? No.

  • William
  • DirtyPierre

    Sooooo ironic that my favorite cereals also describe the boneheaded idiots in the Republican party.

  • Oh’behr

    Though I think Kelloggs could advertise Bran on Breitbart. Maybe the Breitbarmartians could do with a good bowel movement.

    • Silver Badger

      They would have to remove their collective heads first.

    • Amanda B. Rekendwith

      They think fibre is a leftist plot.

  • bkmn

    Bannon is another who should be putting his interests in a blind trust but is not doing so.

  • Mike__in_Houston

    There’s gonna be a war alright, and it’s going to be against the ones who thought this whole thing was over after they lied, cheated and stole their way into the presidency. The Democrats in Washington may be totally lacking in spine, but that doesn’t mean that the YUUUGE majority who voted for Hillary are.

  • Acronym Jim

    “…Breitbart articles, which progressive activists are calling “racist,” “sexist,” “anti-Semitic” and more.”

    Whatever, Hollwood Reporter. We call those articles “racist, sexist, anti-Semitic and more,” because they ARE “racist, sexist, anti-Semitic and more.”

    • LaChatSayWha

      Truth.

      I noticed that too: “Hollywood Reporter has adopted Bannon’s narrative: ‘progressive activists’ are calling breitbart ‘racist, sexist and anti-Semitic.’

      What bullshit. PEOPLE are calling them racist. Because they are. They take great pride in being racist, sexist, and anti-Semitic.”

      Using terms like progressive and activist triggers a cognitive shut-down in people who may support conservative fiscal positions, but who may not buy into the whole us (liberal) vs. them (conservative) construct.

      The media continues to generate support for General Cheeto and his fascist cabal by adopting elements of Bannon’s propaganda. HairFuror may be a blithering idiot but Bannon knows what he’s doing.

  • Silver Badger

    I have a question for our highly educated brethren:
    How does America’s response to the pending Nazi pence government compare to Germany’s response to Hitler in the early days? Will the economic devastation of a pence government change our response?

    I’m old, but I’m not that old.

  • OdieDenCO

    “war is the last refuge of the incompetent”

    Foundation series

  • TheManicMechanic

    Just make sure all advertising shown is for companies that prey on the stupid, like investment scams, disaster prepper items, scam charities, Jeebus, shyster lawyers, etc. Focus on fleecing the listenership/readership as much as possible in order to make their lives even more miserable.

  • TJay229

    Is their “war” / Boycott (I presume) going to go the way of General Mills, Starbucks, Amazon and Betty Crocker?

    #Askingforscaredfriend

  • Bad Tom

    A shooting war, Bannon?
    ——-
    Sooner or later, he’ll get one.

  • Scott Fitler

    Yeah good luck with your war. Your supporters are addicted to everything in the middle aisles of the supermarket — packaged, processed and full of poison. Much like your agenda.

  • kanehau

    Great! Time to buy stock.

  • Mike

    I was prepared to boycott Kellogg’s for ever having advertised on Breibart in the first place. Now I’ll have to rethink the whole thing. Maybe eggs instead—until the chickens do something deplorable.

    • johncAtl

      I’ve been buying General Mills cereals since they supported same sex marriage when it was on the ballot in MN. And they’ve had a few commercials that featured gay families that pissed of OMM.

  • Stephen Elliot Phillips

    The reason most of these boycotts dont work is that the group wanting the boycott isnt as large as they imagine and therefore their buying power is negligible

  • david fairfield

    I’m going to modify every holiday recipe to include a Kelloggs product, because I can. Until January.

  • Friday

    The fascist propaganda outlet declares war on breakfast: We shall call it “Blintzkrieg.”

  • DesertSun59

    Scientology calls it ‘Fair Game’.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fair_Game_(Scientology)

  • DN

    Seems to be a pretty open & shut case of freedom of association. Nobody is requiring Kellogg’s or anyone to advertize with you, Steve. If you love the constitution as much as you say you do, you’d have figured that out.

  • NAZIS versus THE COCOA PUFFS. Score at eleven.

  • Mark McCauley

    Fu*k ’em where it counts….right in the wallet.

  • Bert_Bauer

    Snap! Crackle! Pop, Breitbart bitches! Conservatives showing once again that they love the free market … except when they don’t. And they love the First Amendment, as long as it’s their speech that’s protected.

  • John Kusters

    Why is it always “WAR!!!” as the first answer with these bozos?!

  • gaymex1

    ..

  • JCF
  • KnownDonorDad

    Coffee, cereal…all the big, tough, dangerous opponents.

  • MisterShoebox

    …Why? They have tons of advertisements from other companies, don’t they? Why get their panties in a bunch over ONE cereal company? Why bring all this attention to themselves – ahhh. Okay, I answered my own question.