Dan Bongino Drops Sponsor Who Caved To Antifa Boycott Campaign—’Cancelling Works Both Ways’
Dan Bongino went live on Friday to speak out against both unhinged left-wing activists who are going after conservative news outlets and pundits and the corporations who consistently cower to their whims, The Post Millenial Reported.
The Post Millennial has been a target of left-wing activist Nandini Jammi, known online as @nandoodles, and her fellow Antifa activist Chad Loder, who has slandered the site and concocted lies numerous times in an effort to financially ruin them through corporate-sponsored boycotts.
Bongino explained that he chose to drop his own sponsor because they capitulated to far left demands to remove smaller conservative channels and that consequently do not deserve any business whatsoever.
“If you have weak companies that don’t want to work with people who are politically conservative, please do us a favor, get rid of them for us,” Bongino said. “You’re doing us a huge public service,” he said, noting that no one wants to pay an ad company “any kind of a cut” who would succumb to the bogus claims of activists.
“So she’s melting down on Twitter and pretending to be the victim. ‘Oh my goodness, I started a boycott, and I’m so sorry and pathetic,'” Bongino mocked.
“She probably cost SimpliSafe a whole lot of money and a bunch of negative media attention,” he said, before mentioning that the firm WAS one of his sponsors, emphasizing his use of past tense.
“Cancelling works both ways,” he said. And to those companies that would bow down to left-wing extremist activists who complain on Twitter, he said “If you don’t support free speech, get out. I’m not interested at all.”
Bogino said that Jammi’s sole purpose in life is “to sit in her basement, eating Mallomars feeding her cats,” and also pointed out that many left-wing activists treat canceling conservative channels as a sort of a full-time job, dedicating their lives to the endeavor.
“They’re paid by people like Media Matters,” Bongino said, “and others, and they sit around and they watch conservative content, and they just look for any reason to try to promote a boycott against your show.”
“That’s legitimately what they do,” he said.
Bongino further elaborated on why he chose to voluntarily drop his own sponsor, expressing that he is happy to help play his part since many do not have the same level of platform or resource power as he does himself.
“Post Millennial may not have the assets I do,” Bongino said, “or the resources, or the time or the ‘go f*ck yourself attitude’ I have. I’m sure they do— but they don’t have the assets to fight back that I do, which are substantial thanks to people like Nandini.”
“And when you push me, I push back. You tell me to stop talking, I talk more,” Bongino said.
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