A billboard ad campaign by the company SnoreStop featuring an U.S. soldier embracing a Muslim woman, who is presumably his wife, went up late last year in San Diego and Los Angeles.
The billboard is an ad for anti-snoring products and includes the hashtag "#betogether." The ad pitch is that if one partner snores their marriage could be broken up unless the snoring is cured, reported the New York Daily News.
Yesterday, Fox News' Trace Gallagher reported that the billboard recently went up in Times Square only a "few miles from Ground Zero." Gallagher added that "military families are livid."
Panelists on Megyn Kelly's "The Kelly File" then debated the billboard, noted Mediaite.com (video below).
Buck Sexton, of the Glenn Beck's TheBlaze, said the face veil worn by the Muslim woman was "oppressing," which other panelists agreed with.