Liberalism is a disease: Donald Trump Jr is attacking HuffPost for suggesting that Rudolph, classic Christmas TV, the Red-Nosed Rhod is very seriously & # 39;
- HuffPost is tweeting for the 1964 cult television classic on Wednesday afternoons
- In a video the website alleged that the film was sexy and promotes bullying
- Donald Trump Jr kept back with a tweet himself slamming HuffPost soon after
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Donald Trump Jr has hit out on the HuffPost news website after it's a classic Rudolph television, the Rhodyn Coch-Nosed's serious problem.
HuffPost posted a tweet on Wednesday where he alleged that there was evidence of sexism, bullying and prejudice in the 1964 children's film.
In a video post, the website branded the stop-motion animation Rudolph the Ren Marginalized & # 39; and characters in the movie promoting abuse.
In the tweet on Wednesday, HuffPost suggested that the deer Donner was sexist about preventing his wife from searching for their lost son
Donald Trump Jr is hitting back in the media by redirecting their job and saying "disease" is a liberalism;
Turning back in his own job, however, Donald Trump Jr re-launched the HuffPost video for 3.2 million followers and said: Liberalism is a disease.
Some social media users highlighted by HuffPost argue that Rudolph's abusive is sporadic about making a fake nose in order to be accepted.
Others state that Rudolph and other laughter trainers laugh and call [Rudolph] Names want a red nose as it stops playing in any river games.
In terms of sexism, readers point out a scene when Rudolph's mother wants to join Donner's husband to look for their son after he goes away and goes missing.
No, here's man, & # 39; Donner answers in the iconic movie.
The site announced a video video that accused the stop-motion stop animation of promoting bullying and sexism
Complaints raised by HuffPost included allegations of bullying towards Rudolph throughout the film
But the media output drew a wide criticism of its tweet with some consumers calling a "click".
I've never hated a tweet more than this, & # 39; tweeted one user.
Although another said: The 5 worst worst tweets that I have read. & # 39;
But some commentators raised to agree with HuffPost.
One person poured out: A person's guy at FINALLY stating the prominence of this tolerant myth.
The show was the most watched CBS program on Tuesday, providing 8.14 million viewers, according to Nielsen Media Research. The airborne noted the 54th anniversary of the movie on the network.
Donald Trump Jr (pictured) was one of a number of feeders to address HuffPost's viewpoint