& # 39; Liberalism is a disease & # 39 ;: Donald Trump Jr. attacked HuffPost for suggesting the classic Christmas Rudolph TV the Red-Nosed Reindeer was seriously troubled & # 39;
- HuffPost tweeted about the 1964 cult TV classic on Wednesday afternoon
- In a video, the website claims the film is sexist and promotes bullying
- Donald Trump Jr. replied with his own tweet slamming the HuffPost shortly after
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Donald Trump Jr. has criticized the HuffPost newspaper site after it branded the classic TV Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer & # 39; seriously troubled & # 39;
HuffPost posted a tweet on Wednesday where it claimed there was evidence of sexism, bullying and prejudice in children's films in 1964.
In posting video, the stop-motion animated brand website Rudolph the Marginalized Reindeer & # 39; and characters in the film promote abuse.
In a tweet on Wednesday HuffPost suggested the Donner deer be sexist because it stopped his wife from looking for her missing child.
Donald Trump Jr. hit back at media outlets by tweeting their posts and saying & # 39; liberalism is a disease & # 39;
However, after returning to his own post, Donald Trump repeated the HuffPost video to 3.2 million followers and said: & # 39; Liberalism is a disease. & # 39;
Some social media users highlighted by the HuffPost argue that Rudolph's father verbally abused him for using a fake nose to get acceptance.
Others noted that coach Rudolph and laughter and other deer calls [Rudolph] names to have a red nose while preventing him from playing in deer games.
In terms of sexism, the reader shows a scene when Rudolph's mother wants to join the deer Donner's husband to find their son after he runs away and is gone.
"No, this is a man's job," Donner answered in an iconic film.
The website published a video in which he accused the cult of stopping the movement to mobilize bullying and sexism
Among the complaints raised by the HuffPost are allegations of bullying against Rudolph throughout the film
But media outlets attracted widespread criticism for tweets with some users calling it & # 39; clickbait & # 39;.
"I actually never hated tweets more than this one," one of the users tweeted.
While others say: Five of the top worst tweets I read. & # 39;
But some commentators piled up to agree with the HuffPost.
One person tweeted: & # 39; Glad someone really showed bigotry from this hate story. & # 39;
The program was CBS's most watched program on Tuesday, delivering 8.14 million viewers, according to Nielsen Media Research. Impressions marked the 54th year of films on the network.
Donald Trump Jr. (pictured) is one of a number of netizens who question the attitude of the HuffPost