Burger King UK is taking the slings and arrows of moron leftists with a series of tweets, the first of which upset leftists who can’t be bothered to read.
The fast food company put out a tweet that sent the left into the stratosphere:
OH, MY GARSH! “Women belong in the kitchen”?
That sent liberals scrambling to their overheated Twitter accounts to go on the faux outrage attack.
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So, what the heck is going on here?
Well, what Burger King did was draw people in so it could push a gender inequality message.
Here are the follow up tweets:
Oh, but the left couldn’t be bothered to read the other two tweets as they went mad to attack them over the first tweet.
The left went wild with handwringing and condemnation:
Nope. Fail @BurgerKing
— Nancy Levine (@nancylevine) March 8, 2021
bc it's incredibly sexist. "women belong in the kitchen" is a thing men have been saying since the invention of the kitchen to tell women that's the ONLY place they belong. we shouldn't have careers, we shouldn't work outside the home, we should just cook. that's it.
— 🌸🎮 Lilly🐱🍃 BLM ACAB (@seasaltalchemst) March 8, 2021
I read the entire thread; you could have used a less misogynistic approach for a clickbait. Especially on #InternationalWomensDay.
— David Weissman (@davidmweissman) March 8, 2021
this is a really stupid thing to say
— ✌🏼rosanna arquette (@RoArquette) March 8, 2021
What kind of a corporation starts out a tweet with a misogynistic statement and then tries to make it be a joke? It's not funny. Your message is clouded. There are so many better places to eat besides Burger King.
— Kym Grosso (@KymGrosso) March 8, 2021
The intelligent, adult reaction to Burger King’s tweets is to cock your eyebrow at the first one, then go, “Oh, I get it,” after reading the follow ups.
Anything other than that makes you look stupid.
In the end, though, Burger King lost its spine and deleted the tweets. But the fast food joint blamed Twitter users saying that too many replies were “abusive.”
“It was brought to our attention that there were abusive comments in the thread and we don’t want to leave the space open for that,” the company said about removing the three tweets.
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