“Liberalism is a disease”: Donald Trump Jr. attacks HuffPost for offering the classic Christmas TV Rudolph Red-Nosed Reindeer “seriously problematic,”
- HuffPost tweeted the cult of classic television in 1964 on Wednesday afternoon
- In the video, the site claimed that the film was sexist and contributed to intimidation
- Donald Trump Jr. hit with his tweet, slamming HuffPost shortly after
George Martin for Mailonline
Donald Trump Jr. hit the HuffPost newspaper website after he branded Rudolph the Red-Nosed Oindeer classic TV "seriously problematic."
On Wednesday, HuffPost published a twitter stating that the children's film of 1964 contained evidence of sexism, bullying and prejudice.
In a video production, the website branded the stop motion animation "Rudolf Marginalized Reindeer" and the characters in the film contribute to abuse.
In a tweet on Wednesday, HuffPost suggested that reindeer Donner was a sexist to stop his wife from finding a lost son
Donald Trump Jr. struck back at the media store, rereading his post again and said that “liberalism is a disease,”
However, having hit his post, Donald Trump Jr. wrote Twitter again HuffPost for his 3.2 million followers and said: "Liberalism is a disease."
Some users of social networks, underlined by HuffPost, claim that Rudolph’s father sadly abuses them, forcing him to wear a fake nose to gain recognition.
Others point out that trainer Rudolph and other deer "laugh and ring" [Rudolph] names "for a red nose, not allowing him to play any games with deer.
In terms of sexism, readers point to the scene when Rudolph's mom wants to join Reindeer husband to find her son after he ran away and went missing.
“No, this is a man’s work,” Donner replies in a cult film.
A video has been published on the website in which he accused a cult animation of stopping the movement for the promotion of bullying and sexism.
Among the complaints raised by HuffPost were allegations of intimidation against Rudolph throughout the film.
But the media has attracted widespread criticism for his tweet with some users calling it “clickbait”.
“I actually never hated tweet more than this,” said one user on Twitter.
While the other one said, "The top 5 worst tweets I've read."
But some commentators have gathered to agree with HuffPost.
One person on Twitter: “Glad someone FINALLY points to the fanaticism of this hateful story.”
According to Nielsen Media Research, the show was CBS’s most popular program on Tuesday, bringing 8.14 million viewers. Airing marked the 54th year of the film online.
Donald Trump Jr. (pictured) was one of several netizens who came up with the problem of Haffpost