Conservatives Launch Boycott of MSNBC’s Top Advertisers After Kurt Eichenwald Attacks Pro-2A Parkland Student

Everyone’s favorite liberal, Kurt Eichenwald attacked pro-2A Parkland student Kyle Kashuv on Twitter Friday causing conservatives to launch a boycott of MSNBC’s advertisers.

This article was updated at 3:30 PM EST: Kurt Eichenwald stated his contract with MSNBC expired over a month ago. He said he hadn’t updated his Twitter bio in a timely manner to reflect he no longer contributes to MSNBC which caused the confusion.

Boycotts work both ways. It’s time to make the left live up to the rigors they set for conservatives.

Many of Laura Ingraham’s advertisers pulled their ads from her Fox News program this week after she tweeted about Power Hogg’s college rejections. Ingraham apologized and her tweet was mild compared to what Eichenwald said.

Kurt Eichenwald attacked Kyle Kashuv Friday on Twitter. (screenshot below)

“Kyle…you continue to disappoint. Trafficking in fantasies, fine. Your followers are infantile, your only form of debate is insult. And you wonder why I have no respect for you.,” Eichenwald tweeted to Parkland student Kyle Kashuv.

Conservatives unleashed a boycott of MSNBC’s top advertisers by listing the names of the businesses.

Note: The Gateway Pundit had the pleasure of speaking with Kyle Kashuv. He is a respectful, mature young man who doesn’t resort to profanity-laced tirades, unlike like David Hogg and Cameron Kasky.

In an interview with The Gateway Pundit, Kashuv stated that his right-wing views have led to him being “hated” by his fellow students and labeled an “enemy of the movement.”

Kyle Kashuv also traveled to the White House and met President Trump and First Lady Melania the first week of March.

Kashuv hammered Eichenwald and listed MSNBC’s advertisers.

Other conservatives piled on…

Eichenwald tried to backpedal with an apology to Kyle Kashuv then admitted he was actually trying to slam some other ‘high school kid with a podcast.’

 

Update: This post was updated to reflect that Eichenwald no longer works for MSNBC.
Eichenwald claims his contributor contract with MSNBC expired over a month ago and he needs to ‘update his Twitter bio’:

 

Too late, Eichenwald!

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