Right-wing moms lose it over the “d word.” Jayar Jackson and Brett Erlich discuss Burger King’s controversy on The Young Turks.
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“Activist conservative group One Million Moms is taking aim at Burger King for using what it calls the “d-word” in a commercial promoting the non-meat Impossible Whopper.
In the ad, a group of people taste-test the plant-based patty that has been a hit for the fast-food company. With a mouthful of food, one man says, “Damn, that’s good.”*
Hosts: Jayar Jackson, Brett Erlich
Cast: Jayar Jackson, Brett Erlich
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