"Liberalism is a disease": Donald Trump Jr attacks HuffPost to suggest that the classic Christmas TV Rudolph the red reindeer is "seriously problematic"
- HuffPost made a tweet on the classic 1964 cult television on Wednesday afternoon
- In a video, the website claimed that the film was sexist and promoted bullying
- Donald Trump Jr hit again with his own tweet attacking HuffPost shortly after
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Donald Trump Jr went to HuffPost's website after Rudolph's "classic television" had been dubbed "serious problem" by the red reindeer.
HuffPost published a tweet on Wednesday in which he claimed evidence of sexism, intimidation and prejudice in the 1964 children's film.
In a video posting, the website called the stop-motion animation "Rudolph the Marginalized Rein" and the characters in the movie promote abuse.
In the tweet on Wednesday, HuffPost suggested that Donner was sexist to stop his wife from searching for his lost son
Donald Trump Jr. again rejected in the media by retouching his message and saying that "liberalism is an illness"
However, Donald Trump Jr. again repeats his video to HuffPost to his 3.2 million followers and said: "Liberalism is a disease."
Some users of the social networks that emphasize HuffPost argue that Rudolph's father verbally abused to bring a false nose to their acceptance.
Others point out that the coach of Rudolph and other reindeers laugh and shout [Rudolph] names to have a red nose, although it prevents you from playing in any game of reindeer.
Regarding sexism, readers point to a scene when Rudolph's mother wants to join Donner's reindeer husband to find his son after escaping and disappearing.
"No, this is the work of the man," responds Donner to the iconic movie.
The website published a video in which he accused the cult stop-motion animation to promote bullying and sexism
Among the complaints raised by HuffPost there were accusations of harassment towards Rudolph during the whole movie
But the media generated a generalized criticism of their tweet with some users who called it "click".
"Actually, I have never hated a tweet more than this one," a user tweeted.
While another said: "The 5 worst tweets I've read".
However, some commentators pointed to coincide with HuffPost.
A person tweeted: "I'm glad that someone has just pointed out the fanaticism of this hateful story."
The show was the most watched CBS show on Tuesday, which offered 8.14 million viewers, according to Nielsen Media Research. The air marked the 54th year of the movie on the network.
Donald Trump Jr. (in the photo) was one of the numerous Internet users who were in the position of HuffPost