Kellogg’s Indoctrinates Children Over Breakfast

June is Pride Month, and Kellogg’s cereal company is bowling over parents in a blatant attempt to indoctrinate children. Timothy Plan founder and President Art Ally warns parents and investors that this is not Kellogg’s’ first time promoting the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD). Ally did not hesitate to call on investors to take action if they are supporting Kellogg’s, either through their portfolios or buying Kellogg’s products.

“Kellogg’s is donating $3 from every box sold to the extreme LGBTQ group, GLAAD, known for recruiting and confusing children with a radical homosexual agenda,” Ally warns. “The cereal is rainbows and hearts and edible glitter, and features many famous Kellogg’s characters that children would recognize: Tony the Tiger, Toucan Sam and the Rice Krispies elves, Snap, Crackle and Pop. The box is cute and colorful, but the message is dark and confusing. This is a blatant attempt to use cartoon characters and tasty treats to convince kids to swallow a radical agenda with every bite.”

Kellogg’s Breakfast Battle

The ad campaign uses Kellogg’s’ well-known breakfast characters to encourage children to “create-your-own-pronoun.” The slogan on the Together with Pride rainbow edition box states, “Boxes are for cereal, not people.”

Kellogg’s isn’t merely making a public policy statement. This promotional campaign is a dangerous move to desensitize children and families to a harmful lifestyle. Kellogg’s knows they are preaching transgenderism directly to children.

“It may be a cereal-box-size slogan, but it’s a billboard-size advertisement for the LGBTQ lifestyle,” Ally continued. “It should concern anyone who has a son or daughter that these groups are targeting their children. Parents, grandparents and investors of all ages need to be aware this is happening. Kellogg’s is selling much more than cereal, and we want people to know they’re pushing a radical agenda in every product.”

For a complete list of Kellogg’s products or to contact them to voice your concerns, click over to their website.

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