Nothing 'wholesome' about Nabisco's new commercial
Friday, March 21, 2014
Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)
A mom-driven division of the American Family Association is asking people to contact Nabisco over its promotion of homosexuality.
Monica Cole heads One Million Moms and tells OneNewsNow why her organization is concerned.
"Currently Nabisco's Honey Maid commercial (below) is featuring two dads and a baby, and it ends with a family picture that is also including the two dads," Cole reports. "They are also using the hashtag: this is wholesome. The commercial also includes a statement saying 'everyday wholesome snacks for every wholesome family. This is wholesome.'"
"They are pushing the homosexual agenda and also changing the meaning of the word 'wholesome,' and it's really sad," Cole contends. "I know my family and our members at One Million Moms, they're no longer going to buy Nabisco products if this is what they call wholesome.'
One Million Moms has penned an email to Nabisco and is urging the public to take action by sending a copy to the company.
OneMillionMoms.com is a division of the American Family Association, the parent organization of the American Family News Network, which operates OneNewsNow.com.
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