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A Conservative Moms Group Is Really Upset Burger King Used The 'D-Word' In An Ad

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A Conservative Moms Group Is Really Upset Burger King Used The ‘D-Word’ In An Ad

Conservative activist group One Million Moms has beef with Burger King over its use of the so-called “d-word” in a industrial for the Impossible Whopper burger. 

The group, which infamously pressured Hallmark to take away a industrial depicting two girls kissing on their marriage ceremony day, is now offended by the fast-food chain’s “highly inappropriate” use of “profanity” in a prime-time TV advert.

In the industrial, a number of folks attempt the plant-based Impossible Whopper, together with a person who says of the burger, “Damn, that’s good.” The advert has been out since August, when the product launched.

On Friday, the conservative group issued a press launch arguing that Burger King must be “more responsible in its marketing decisions” since households had been possible watching tv throughout the instances the industrial aired.

“The language in the commercial is offensive, and it’s sad that this once family restaurant has made yet another deliberate decision to produce a controversial advertisement instead of a wholesome one,” the assertion stated. “Burger King’s Impossible Whopper ad is irresponsible and tasteless. It is extremely destructive and damaging to impressionable children viewing the commercial.”

The petition to take away or edit the advert had over 9,000 digital signatures on Monday, in response to the group’s web site.

Burger King didn’t instantly reply to HuffPost’s request for remark.

One Million Moms, a division of the nonprofit evangelical group American Family Association, explains on its web site that its mission is to “stop the exploitation of our children, especially by the entertainment media.” 

“Mom, are you fed up with the filth many segments of our society, especially the entertainment media, are throwing at our children?” the location’s mission assertion asks.

Last month, the group efficiently petitioned for The Hallmark Channel to take down adverts for Zola depicting a same-se-x couple’s marriage ceremony, however the channel reinstated the advert later and profusely apologized, saying it had made the “wrong decision” in taking it down.

One Million Moms has beforehand focused LGBTQ teams, leisure and adverts, together with a Kellogg’s anti-bullying marketing campaign selling variety and inclusivity, which One Million Moms known as an try to “normalize the LGBTQ lifestyle by using cereal mascots to brainwash children.”

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