"Liberalism is a disease": Donald Trump Jr. attacks HuffPost for the suggestion of the Christmas television classic Rudolph the red-haired reindeer is "seriously troubled"
- HuffPost on Twitter for the 1964 classic television movie, on Wednesday afternoon
- In the video, the website claims that the movie is sexist and promotes harassment
- Donald Trump Jr. retreat with his own tweet that bangs HuffPost shortly
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Donald Trump Jr. hit the HuffPost's website after tagging Rupel's television classic "Red-Celestial Reindeer" "seriously problematic".
HuffPost released a tweet on Wednesday in which it claims evidence of sexism, harassment and prejudice in the 1964 children's film.
In a video article, the website marked the animated stop motion "Rudolf Marginalized Irvas" and the characters in the film promote abuse.
In a tweet on Wednesday, Hufffest suggested that Donner Donor was a sexist to prevent his wife from seeking her lost son
Donald Trump Jr. Returns to the media house by repeating his post and saying "Liberalism is a disease"
However, raising his mind, Donald Trump gifted Hapstop's video to his 3.2 million followers and said: "Liberalism is a disease."
Some social media users highlighted by Huffpost claim that Rudolph's father verbally abused him for wearing a fake nose to gain acceptance.
Others note that Rudolf's coach and other reindeer are "laughing and appearing [Rudolph] names "to have a red nose while preventing him from playing in any game of reindeer.
In terms of sexism, readers point out a scene where Rudolph's mother wants to join the male of Irvine Donner to look for his son after fleeing and disappearing.
"No, this is a human's act," Donner replied in the iconic film.
The site published a video accusing the cult stop-animation to promote bullying and sexism
Among the objections raised by HuffPost were allegations of molesting Rudolph throughout the film
But the media outlook has attracted great criticism of its tweet with some users who call it "clickbait".
"I did not actually hate tweets more than this," said one Twitter user.
While another said: "Top 5 worst tweets I've read."
But some commentators have come together to agree with HuffPost.
One person wrote on Twitter: "It's a pleasure for me to finally point out the infidelity of this hatred."
The show was the most viewed CBS program on Tuesday, which showed 8.14 million viewers, according to Nielsen Media Research. The broadcast marked the 54th year of the film on the network.
Donald Trump Jr. (in the photo) was one of many netizens that appeared with Hapstop's view