Sun-Maid: You’re Paying a Bigot to Attack My Religion
Remini has already admitted she is a) doing this for the cash and b) will say whatever it takes to smear the Church of Scientology.
August 26, 2019
Mr. Harry Overly
Sun-Maid Growers of California
13525 S. Bethel Avenue
Kingsburg, CA 93631
Dear Mr. Overly,
Do you or your products exist to forward an agenda of hate?
You may not fully realize it but, by advertising with A&E, you are positioned to directly fund the exact same hostility that has already led to the recent murder of a member of my church and is, as I write this, inciting many, many more serious threats.
This is all because Leah Remini is allowed, and even encouraged, to spew her intentionally manufactured, vitriolic falsehoods on national television on the A&E Network, where you currently advertise.
Remini has already admitted she is a) doing this for the cash and b) will say whatever it takes to smear the Church of Scientology. This has nothing to do with Remini attempting to “right” an actual wrong. It’s about Remini lining her own pockets, and her own personal vendetta.
Imagine, for a moment, how you would feel if you were to learn that your advertising dollars actually led to violence against another human being. And because of his religion.
Don’t we already have enough divisiveness and upset in our world?
I hope you will do the right thing.
Tell A&E you’re pulling your ads from Remini’s hate-show finale.
Scientologist (35 years)
Father of five
Founding blogger, StandLeague.org