Kellogg Foundation Donates to Radical BLM, But Calls Breitbart Racist

Jamie White | Infowars,

W.K. Kellogg Foundation funds group fueling violence against police.

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation, which has strong financial ties to the Kellogg Company, donated nearly $1 million to the controversial Black Lives Matter organization, illustrating the hypocrisy behind the food giant’s decision to pull their ads from Breitbart News.

The Black Lives Matter organization had also been given over $30 million by leftist billionaire George Soros to sow divide between inner city minorities and the police, which has resulted in a number of violent conflicts and even executions of white police officers in recent months.

As we reported in August, Black Lives Matter rioters targeted white people in the Milwaukee streets following the shooting of an armed black man by a black police officer.

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Kellogg’s pulled their online ads from Breitbart News on Wednesday, saying that the news organization isn’t “aligned with our values as a company.”

Though Kellogg’s has offered no specific examples of how Breitbart News fails to align with the breakfast maker’s values, it’s obvious that it has embraced the false leftist narrative that populism and legal immigration are deeply racist.

In reality, the out-of-touch corporation is enriching actual racist groups like Black Lives Matter, whose values include inciting violence against cops, like dropping concrete blocks on their heads or shooting them with fireworks.

Breitbart has responded in kind, launching the #DumpKelloggs petition to the top trending subject on Twitter, urging its readers to “ban bigotry from the breakfast table.”

“Pulling its advertising from Breitbart News is a decidedly cynical and un-American act,” said Breitbart President and CEO Larry Solov. “The only sensible response is to join together and boycott Kellogg’s products in protest.”

So far the online petition, which was posted Wednesday, has already received more than 150,000 signatures.