"Liberalism is a disease": Donald Trump Jr. Attacks on HuffPost's Classic Christmas Recommendation Rudolph Red-Nosed Reindeer is "Seriously Challenging"
- HuffPost tweeted on Wednesday afternoon for the 1964 cinema TV classic
- On the video site, the website claimed that the film was sexy and encouraged by bullying
- Donald Trump Jr hit with his tweets baby HuffPost shortly thereafter
George Martin on Mailonline
Donald Trump Jr. (The Donald Trump Jr.) has released a newspaper on HuffPost's website after it has recorded a TV classic Rudolph Red-Nosed Reindeer "seriously problematic."
HuffPost posted Twitter on Wednesday, claiming that the 1964 children's film has evidence of sexism, bullying and prejudice.
The video site marked the stop-motion animation "Rudolph marginalized Reindeer", and movie characters encourage abuse.
On Thursday afternoon, HuffPost suggested that Donners Donald was sexist to stop his wife seeking a lost son
Donald Trump Jr returned to the media, once again shining his post and saying that "liberalism is a disease"
Donald Trump Jr again tweeted the HuffPost video on her way to her 3.2 million followers and said, "Liberalism is a disease."
Some social media users, who have been highlighted by HuffPost, claim that Rudolpha's father is abusing her orally to have a fake nose to gain recognition.
Other notes that Rudolph coach and other reindeer laughs and bells [Rudolph] the words "on the red nose, while preventing him from playing in any reindeer hero.
As for sexism, readers point to the scene when Rudolph's mom wants to join the reindeer husband Donner in search of their son when he fled and disappears.
"No, it's human work," Donner responds with an iconic film.
The website posted a video that accused her of cult animation, promoting harassment and sexism
Among the complaints raised by HuffPost were allegations of intimidation against Rudolph throughout the film
However, the media expressed widespread criticism of their Twitter, and some users called it a "click."
"I've never been hated by Twitter over this one," one user tweeted.
While others said, "I've read the top 5 worst tweets."
But some commentators broke into agreeing to HuffPost.
One person tweeted: "We are glad that someone finally points to the fanaticism of this hideous story."
According to Nielsen Media Research, the show was CBS's most viewed program on Tuesday, providing 8.14 million viewers. Ventilation on the network marks the 54th anniversary film.
Donald Trump Jr. (pictured) was one of the many implicit people who challenged HuffPost's position