Ritz Crackers just went all in on normalizing gender confusion.
Their stated goal is to “redefine what family means” for the holidays.
MEMO TO RITZ: God already defined family in Genesis 2:24 (24 That is why a man leaves his father and mother and is united to his wife, and they become one flesh.)
Sorry to inform you that until you create a race of people from the dust of the Earth or a Universe with the power of your words, you don’t get to define these things.
And you’re really not going to like this part: He does NOT agree with your new definition.
Oh and I almost forgot this part too….one day you will meet him and get to explain your actions!
Yes, for real!
It might be a short meeting but you will one day indeed sit before the Judgment Seat of the LORD.
And I would not want to be in your shoes.
Well….with that let’s all enjoy Ritz Cracker’s new commercial:
Here’s what Yahoo News had to say about it:
First came the love, then the hate. That’s the story — still ongoing — of the “Where There’s Love, There’s Family” holiday ad from Ritz Crackers, which has riled up a Christian-themed hate group with its tender, normalizing depictions of gay love and fluid gender expression.
“Ritz Crackers is attempting to normalize the transgender lifestyle by airing a commercial that has absolutely nothing to do with selling crackers,” notes an online petition, urging Ritz to stop “pushing the LGBTQ+ agenda,” from the American Family Association (AFA), categorized as an anti-LGBTQ hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center. “The company’s most recent ad features a man putting on lipstick like a woman and effeminately clinging to another man, to brainwash children and adults alike by desensitizing audiences,” warns the petition, which has more than 50,000 signatures since it launched on Dec. 7.
“The company’s goal is to redefine family as something other than God’s biblical design for gender and sexuality,” the petition says. “In its own words, Ritz says, ‘We’re encouraging people to rethink what it means to be family.’”
For that, the cracker brand has been widely praised, including by GLAAD president Sarah Kate Ellis, who told NBC News, “The holidays can be a particularly difficult time for LGBTQ people, as many are afraid to travel back to nonaffirming homes or may feel isolated from their chosen families.” She called the ad, which launched in early November on YouTube and HGTV, “a powerful example of how brands and media can step up and tell LGBTQ stories not just during Pride Month, but all year round.”
Ritz, whose parent company, Mondelez International, did not immediately reply to a request for comment about the petition, told NBC News in a statement that the ad, which also depicts individuals in a homeless shelter and having virtual family visits, “sets out to remind consumers that there is strength and love in togetherness, and a blood relation isn’t the only way to define family.”
Senior marketing director Patty Gonzalez added, “At a time when our families may be strained as a result of social distancing, political tensions or personal orientations and identities, the Ritz brand’s campaign is intended to encourage Americans to help build a more accepting world and welcome in those that may be feeling disconnected or alone.”
On its website featuring the campaign, Ritz noted that it has partnered with the It Gets Better Project, which focuses on LGBTQ youth, as well as with Hispanic Star and Invisible People to help support communities in need during the holiday season.
The ad has been drawing a flood of appreciation on social media, with fans calling it “brave” and “heartwarming.”
Hey, wanna know something else hilarious?
Lefties aren’t known for being the brightest, so this might really blow some of their minds, but even their hallowed LGBTQP+ acronym argues against their belief.
Hate to break it to you fellas, ladies, he/she/it/them whatever it is you want to go by, but ummmm……the “B” stands for bisexual.
Stay with me.
Bi = a preface that means there are only TWO choices!
Your own acronym admits there are only two genders.
Of course there are only two genders!
Two genders and a lot of mental illnesses.
The same people who constantly lecture us to “trust science” can’t quite seem to understand XX and XY are the only two pairings that exist.
I do remember learning that in 7th grade Biology, anyone else read the same textbooks?
Back to the ad.
The ad drew praise (of course) from the Left.
But was not well received by normal Americans:
Damn ! I loved Ritz crackers , but Christmas ad promoting the relationship of alphabet gender dysphoria isn’t something my money will support. Hoping for an old fashion Christmas where God is honored in all ways.
— Seeker17 (@seeker174) December 9, 2020
I love Ritz crackers but after seeing Ritz holiday ad on TV I will never buy another Ritz product again!
— 🍎 Hebekee 🍎 (@duanevotaw) December 8, 2020
Curious to know what you think….
Add a comment below.
You ok with Ritz’ new definition of the family?