Rupert Murdoch Asks Irish-Americans To Boycott Guinness For Letting ‘Gay Orgs’ Bully Them Out Of St. Paddy’s Day Parade


Media mogul Rupert Murdoch is calling on Irish-Americans to boycott Guinness after it pulled sponsorship from the New York City St. Patrick’s Day parade on Sunday.

The Irish brewer says it cannot participate in a celebration that does not allow gay groups to openly march.

“Guinness has a strong history of supporting diversity and being an advocate for equality for all,” the brewer said in a statement released Sunday.

“Today, Guinness sent a strong message to its customers and employees: Discrimination should never be celebrated,” said Sarah Kate Ellis, the president of GLAAD.

Murdoch says gay organizations shouldn’t expect representation at a “religious parade.”

Where will this end? Guinness pulls out of religious parade bullied by gay orgs who try to take it over. Hope all Irish boycott the stuff

— Rupert Murdoch (@rupertmurdoch) March 17, 2014

His tweet sparked a backlash of disagreement calling him "the internet's very own racist, homophobic grandad" and a "tedious bigot."

Sources: Talking Points Memo, Town Hall


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