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Fox Business Attacks Disney And Netflix Over Georgia Abortion Boycott

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This is what passes for a "business network" in right-wing world -- a wingnut so-called pastor and a right-wing xenophobic loud mouth bigoted talk show host attacking two business for threatening to leave Georgia after the passage of another draconian anti-abortion law.

Fox Nation host Robert Jeffress on Disney’s threat to boycott Georgia: “They want to murder” and “are blinded by evil”:

LOU DOBBS (HOST): Your quick reaction to the -- to Netflix, to Disney's CEO Bob Iger, talking about withdrawing their productions of movies and television from Georgia, because of the heartbeat law in that state -- not yet implemented, but saying that they will cut production if, if they implement it? Your thoughts?

ROBERT JEFFRESS: Well, I -- I would say let them go and don't let the door hit them on the backside, if you know what I mean. But, for Disney to do this when their whole market is children, they want to murder, they want to support the murder of their future audience. That's not only not good -- not good morals, it's not good business, either. They are absolutely insane. They are blinded by evil in their support of abortion.

DOBBS: Pastor Robert Jeffress, you have the last word here tonight. We thank you very much, and we wouldn't have it any other way. Thank you, Pastor. Good to see you.

As we've said before at this blog, this is your weekly reminder to boycott all of Fox News' advertisers, and ask all of them why they continue to sponsor the constant stream of bigotry, hatred and racism coming from Fox News and Fox Business Network.


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