Someone close to my family was confused and almost poisoned by the lies and the hate that this “reality TV” show has spread. Fortunately, she was able to see through the lies and is back to her usual, buoyant self.
September 25, 2017
Chairman and CEO ExxonMobil
Irving, Texas 75039
I personally experienced the fallout from the hate that Leah Remini’s “Aftermath” series is spewing on national television. Someone close to my family was confused and almost poisoned by the lies and the hate that this “reality TV” show has spread. Fortunately, she was able to see through the lies and is back to her usual, buoyant self.
By advertising on this program you are supporting hate and religious bigotry. With the recent events in Charlottesville you and I know that hate and bigotry breed violence.
That is not what this country is about. Americans are proud of this country’s history of religious freedom and tolerance. If this were an attack on your personal beliefs, your family, your race or your religion, what would you do? Surely you would not stand for it. I am certain you would be up in arms and you would be speaking up and writing a letter just like the one I am writing to you now.
If you continue to support “A&E’s Aftermath” with your advertising, I will have no choice but to boycott your products and promote this to my friends. It’s time to put an end to this hateful show.
A&E used to have some respectable and even educational shows and I am sorry it has fallen into the gutter with this bigoted and false “reality TV” that plays on people’s emotions and ruins people’s lives. You should not be supporting it with your advertising revenues.