Agenda-driven cookie ad labeled 'bizarre' and stomach-turning

Wednesday, May 15, 2019
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Chris Woodward (OneNewsNow.com)

Nabisco Chips AhoyA Mother's Day ad campaign for a popular brand of Nabisco cookies left some observers with a bad taste in their mouths.

In observance of Mother's Day, Chips Ahoy! tweeted "#HappyMothersDay to your moms, your drag moms and everyone else who celebrates you being YOU." Included with that tweet was a video of a man in drag. His name is Jose Cancel, but he goes by the name of "Vanessa Vanjie."

"Your stomach probably turned listening to that, just like mine did," said Abraham Hamilton III on his weekday afternoon program on American Family Radio. "I mean, is nothing sacred? You know? We can't even have a day where we decide we want to honor mothers. You have to make it a PC-inclusive day as well? I mean, going on to say your real momma, your drag momma, whichever momma? Whoever you feel or consider? I mean, c'mon man."

Hamilton

Hamilton argues that those who are pushing an agenda of sexual confusion aren't going to be satisfied until there is "complete annihilation of references to males and females in our popular conversation."

"I've said it before, and I'll say it again: their objective is an androgynous one; to reduce mankind into one big blob of non-distinct, indecipherable humanity to where the biological distinctions as ordained by God are completely irrelevant," he continued. "And in the process, they seek to make irrelevant also the scriptures that consistently convey that fundamental truth."

In a related article for Human Events, David Reaboi writes that it seems that most of America's large corporations have gone all-in on insulting the mores and sensibilities of most of their potential customers. "This doesn't seem like it would be a decent business strategy – and it isn't," he writes.

2nd Vote, a consumer watchdog for conservatives, also noticed the ad campaign:

"While we're sure this truly bizarre ad will have you crossing off Chips Ahoy! from your grocery list, our research on parent company Mondelez International (1.6 – Liberal) will make you want to avoid all Nabisco products. Mondelez International is a donor to abortion giant Planned Parenthood and has funded liberal LGBT advocacy groups like the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce."

All things considered, 2nd Vote asks: "Doesn't mom's cookie recipe taste so much better now?"

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