ADL CEO asks advertisers to boycott Tucker Carlson, Fox News
Added 04-20-21 01:57:04pm EST - “Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan Greenblatt on Tuesday asked advertisers to pull their ads from Fox News and its primetime show "Tucker Carlson Tonight" in a speech to the World Federation of Advertisers.” - Thehill.com
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Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan Greenblatt on Tuesday asked advertisers to pull their ads from Fox News and its primetime show “Tucker CarlsonTucker CarlsonFox News's Bret Baier posts vaccination selfie Facebook prevents sharing of New York Post Black Lives Matter story Carlson hits back at Fauci: 'Never for a minute doubted' vaccines work MORE Tonight” in a speech to the World Federation of Advertisers.
“Choose to pause or even pull your ads, not just from problematic programs, but altogether from networks that don’t respect all people or that repeat baseless conspiracies that endanger all of us,” Greenblatt said.
Greenblatt was referring to comments Carlson made in a Fox News segment less than two weeks ago when the Fox host said that Democrat immigration policies could be designed to dilute the voting power of Americans.
Shortly after that segment aired, Greenblatt and the ADL said that Carlson needed to be fired because his comments mirrored a white supremacist tenet called the “Great Replacement” theory.
Fox Corp. CEO and executive chairman Lachlan Murdoch defended Carlson not long after the ADL issued its initial call for his ouster.
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