NBC Bemoans Target Removing Transgender, Pro-Satan Clothing

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On Wednesday, NBC Nightly News dedicated an entire segment of their newscast to Target being forced to remove some of their clothing from their stores which visibly worship satan. In addition, Target announced they were reviewing some of their other clothing which caused a national uproar. Most notably, their “tuck friendly” bathing suits in which men are able to “tuck” their private parts in their bathing suit bottoms to pretend they’re women. 

“A controversy over pride month products is causing headaches for retail giant Target. It says safety is behind its decision to halt some sales,” anchor Lester Holt fretted before turning to correspondent Miguel Almaguer for the full report. 

Almaguer picked up where Holt left off by solemnly reporting that Target “is pulling some products that celebrate pride month off store shelves.” He then read from Target’s statement announcing the decision: “given these volatile circumstances, we are making adjustments to our plans including removing items that have been at the center of the most significant confrontational behavior.”

The left-wing correspondent parroted leftist gender ideology vocabulary like “gender-affirming operations.” 

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“The retailer removing LGBTQ brand Abprallen from their stores and website. Whose products featured satanic themes. Target also reportedly reviewing its adult collection of tuck-friendly swimsuits that allows trans people who have not had gender-affirming operations to conceal their private parts.”

“Those items have been at the center of misinformation,” Almaguer huffed. 

He then spoke to Ben Collins, NBC’s senior reporter who proclaims he’s on the so-called “dystopia beat.” 

“The misinformation here was that kids were being targeted with this stuff,” Collins proclaimed. “They realize if they can threaten enough people. If they can scare enough people in real-life locations that maybe support for the LGBTQ community will diminish among corporations.”

He provided no evidence that anyone has been “threatened” over this controversy. 

Not to be outdone, Sarah Kate Ellis of the LGBTQ group “GLAAD” parroted the leftist line that different opinions from theirs constitute “violence.” 

“I think there’s this really small group who has an outsized voice at this moment in time and it’s of hate and it’s of discrimination and it’s violent,” Ellis cried. 

NBC allowed her to cry discrimination and allege violence without any pushback. 

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To read the transcript click “expand”: 

NBC Nightly News
5/24/2023
6:45:20 p.m. Eastern

LESTER HOLT: A controversy over pride month products is causing headaches for retail giant Target. It says safety is behind its decision to halt some sales. Miguel Almaguer explains. 

MIGUEL ALMAGUER: Tonight Target, one of the nation’s largest retailers is pulling some products that celebrate pride month off store shelves. Citing threats to employees, the company says, given these volatile circumstances, we are making adjustments to our plans including removing items that have been at the center of the most significant confrontational behavior. 

UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: These are like naked people in shirts. 

ALMAGUER: The retailer removing LGBTQ brand Abprallen from their stores and website. Whose products featured satanic themes. Target also reportedly reviewing its adult collection of tuck-friendly swimsuits that allows trans people who have not had gender-affirming operations to conceal their private parts. Those items have been at the center of misinformation. 

BEN COLLINS: The misinformation here was that kids were being targeted with this stuff. They realize if they can threaten enough people. If they can scare enough people in real-life locations that maybe support for the LGBTQ community will diminish among corporations. 

DYLAN MULVANEY: Hi. Impressive carrying skills, right? 

ALMAGUER: Target is hardly the only corporation under attack. Last month after a transgender influencer promoted Bud Light, conservative commentators, and some celebrities called for a boycott. Sales slumped nearly 30 percent. 

SARAH KATE ELLIS (GLAAD PRESIDENT & CEO): I think there’s this really small group who has an outsized voice at this moment in time and it’s of hate and it’s of discrimination and it’s violent. 

ALMAGUER: Tonight, corporations and controversy with pride month days away.

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